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10 Hundertwasser postcards (sleeve n°2)


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Sleeve of 10 Friedensreich Hundertwasser postcards

Dimensions : 16 x 11.2 cm

The sleeve of 10 artistic postcards is a unique product for art and writing lovers. Printed on thick black cardstock of 450g, each card has a beautiful finish with selective varnish that brings the illustrations to life and highlights the details. The metallic embossing adds a touch of sophistication and luxury to each card. Use them to send personal messages to your loved ones or to decorate your office. These postcards are a perfect gift for anyone who appreciates art and quality and wants to add a touch of elegance to their correspondence.

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Modern Art

The modern art movement in painting began at the end of the 19th century and continued until the Second World War. It saw the emergence of new forms of artistic expression that challenged traditional painting conventions. The first artists to move away from classical conventions were the Impressionists, such as Claude Monet, whose famous work "Impression, Sunrise" was painted in 1873. The Impressionists introduced innovative techniques such as the use of rough brushstrokes to capture the effects of natural light. With the arrival of the 20th century, new trends such as Fauvism, led by artists like Henri Matisse, who in "The Dance" 1909, used bright, saturated colors to create dynamic compositions. Abstract Expressionism, which emerged in the 1910s, saw artists such as Wassily Kandinsky and Frantisek Kupka explore new forms of abstraction to express intangible ideas such as emotions and sensations. Finally, Cubism revolutionized the conventions of representing reality by introducing multiple perspectives in the same composition. Pablo Picasso and his work "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" of 1907, and Georges Braque with "Le Grand nu" also made in 1907, are examples of this. In summary, the modern art movement in painting was characterized by experimentation, breaking away from classical conventions, and exploring new forms of artistic expression. The works and artists mentioned here are just a glimpse of the many talents that have contributed to the wealth of this movement.

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