Joachim Grommek,"Francis", 2006, Lack, Acryl, Öl, Grundierung auf Spanplatte, 120 x 90 cm
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Joachim Grommek, "o.T.", 2007, Lack, Acryl, Öl, Grundierung auf Spanplatte, 50 x 50 cm
Fritz Glarner (1899-1972) was a Swiss-American painter & a leading proponent of Concrete Art, based on principles of De Stijl and the Bauhaus. He was a disciple of Mondrian & limited his color palette to the primaries, red, yellow & blue. He expanded Mondrian's black "line" into a broad range of grays, used both as line and, like the primaries, as geometric areas of color. This give his works a vitality and spatial dimensions.
Michael Kunze, Nachmittag · 600 × 330 cm - Painting by Michael Kunze
Painting (white), 1945. Fritz Glarner was a Swiss-American painter. Glarner was a leading proponent of so-called Concrete Art, an artists' movement whose roots lead back to the painters of De Stijl and the principles of the Bauhaus. Glarner's mature works, such as this, were most strongly influenced by the Neoplastic theory of Piet Mondrian, with whom he associated in New York during the 1940s.