Intimately linked to the artist's own experience and imagination, the powerful works of Georg Baselitz reveals his constant replayed questioning of the possibilities of depicting his memories, the variations of traditional painting techniques and motifs, the aesthetic forms established over the course of art history, as well as the formalisms dictated and conveyed within the different political and aesthetic regimes of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, demonstrating the complexity of being a painter in post-war Germany.
Descriptions & Features
The reproduction is sold with a paper frame
30 x 40 cm
- Éditions du Centre Pompidou