Four Roses in two colors on two yellow (120x100) Acrylpainting and printing in the same time. Unique Artwork, signed on back.
The yellow looks on original much more monochrome, without shadow. I used two different color to match the right tone.
This artwork is inspired by Tachisme (alternative spelling: Tachism, derived from the French word tache, stain) is a French style of abstract painting popular in the 1940s and 1950s. The term is said to have been first used with regards to the movement in 1951. It is often considered to be the European equivalent to abstract expressionism, although there are stylistic differences (American abstract expressionism tended to be more "aggressively raw" than tachisme). It was part of a larger postwar movement known as Art Informel (or Informel),] which abandoned geometric abstraction in favour of a more intuitive form of expression, similar to action painting. Another name for Tachism is Abstraction lyrique (related to American Lyrical Abstraction). COBRA is also related to Tachisme, as is Japan's Gutai group.
I'm using different papers for each color and by using these papers and me as the printing machine. So it is contected to Pop Art as well. Andy Warhole very often used silk-screen-printing and I just substituted the maschine and the silk screen with paper and me. Finally I just can produce a single Artwork instead of numbered ones.
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