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Andrea Bischof

Color Truth

Andrea Bischof is one of Austria’s most revered contemporary artists. One of the most recognizable aspects of her paintings is their overall harmony and controlled coloration, reflecting the influence of the French impressionists and post-impressionist movements like the Nabis and Fauves. Laying down layer after layer of dazzling tones, she gradually builds depth into her paintings until they seem to pulse and breathe.
Andrea Bischof: Color Truth chronicles Bischof’s development from the monochrome works of her early career to her later, more experimental works on paper to the strongly colored, large canvases of her most recent Pulsations series. Featuring more than eighty full-color illustrations, the book provides a stunning overview of Bischof’s work, while an in-depth interview with the artist offers fascinating insights into their conception and creation.

104 pages | 85 color plates | 9 1/2 x 11 | © 2017

Art: European Art

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