Stunning Painting by Peter Klasen (born in 1935), "Expérience I", 1972, Acrylic on Cardboard.


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Stunning painting by Peter Klasen (born in 1935), “Expérience I”, 1972, Acrylic on cardboard. Peter Klasen is a German artist settled in Paris in 1959. He joined the international Avant-Garde in Paris, fleeing post-war defeated and divided Germany. He is among the artists who renew figurative painting in opposition to abstraction. His paintings are recognizable by the use of an airbrush. His artworks are representing female bodies intertwined with sanitary, machinist and utilitarian objects. He depicts his vision of a society changed by modernity, the conflicts of this modern life, and the traumatizing cities. This painting belongs to his most sought after production period (1960-1970’s). His works from this period are characterized by the use of black, gray and white. The artwork is sold with a certificate written by the artist on the 14th of September 1982, and comes from the famous Jean-Pierre and Martine Nuand collection. It is signed, titled and dated on the back. H : 105 cm/41.34 inches L : 75 cm/29.53 inches Biography : G. LASCAULT, Peter Klasen, Ides et Calendes, Neuchâtel, 2005 P. LE THOREL, Peter Klasen et la photographie : l'investigation du réel, Actes Sud, Arles, 2010 P. TILMAN, Peter Klasen, éd. Galilée, Paris, 1979

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105H x 75W x 4D
Dimensions (inch):
41,34H x 29,53W x 1,57D
Creator / Artist:
Peter Klasen
Acrylic, Cardboard
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