Andre Evard. 1876-1972. II.
This book is dedicated to Evard’s constructively oriented works. As early as 1913, André Evard was concerned with the question of how he could incorporate abstract forms into his works. He wanted to break new ground with his art and consciously strives for geometric painting with clear, systematic compositions. Since then, Evard has mainly conceived his paintings on two levels: a naturalistic foreground and an abstract background, which is nevertheless based on forms from the material world. Only later did Evard go a step further with his constructivist-concrete art, in which he no longer derived forms from objects, but instead created non-representational forms from scratch.
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