Artsuite - Norbert Bisky - study for somewhere in the hills - Norbert Bisky's treatment of landscapes and exploration of the portrait and narrative structure place him firmly in the tradition of great European painting. But his experiments with breaking down forms and with blocks of color also place him on the borderline of abstract art. His figurative style of painting, conjuring up the socialist realism he experienced as a child in GDR, suggests both hedonism and chaos in its contemporary form.

Norbert Bisky

Painting | 2016

 

Norbert Bisky's treatment of landscapes and exploration of the portrait and narrative structure place him firmly in the tradition of great European painting. But his experiments with breaking down forms and with blocks of color also place him on the borderline of abstract art. His figurative style of painting, conjuring up the socialist realism he experienced as a child in GDR, suggests both hedonism and chaos in its contemporary form.

 

Size

19 3/4 x 25 1/4" - Framed 

 

Materials

Oil on paper


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

study for somewhere in the hills

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Norbert Bisky

Painting | 2016

 

Norbert Bisky's treatment of landscapes and exploration of the portrait and narrative structure place him firmly in the tradition of great European painting. But his experiments with breaking down forms and with blocks of color also place him on the borderline of abstract art. His figurative style of painting, conjuring up the socialist realism he experienced as a child in GDR, suggests both hedonism and chaos in its contemporary form.

 

Size

19 3/4 x 25 1/4" - Framed 

 

Materials

Oil on paper


Authenticity

Signed by the artist

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