Gilberth Swinberghe Art Work 1977

Gilbert Swimberghe was a Belgian artist and painter. His early work was Flemisch expressionistic, inspired by the city of Bruges where he lived and worked. In 1958 he met Luc Peire and Victor Servranckx and was inspired by them for their non-figurative work. Swimberghe started to experiment with this new direction in art. Geometric shapes such as triangles and squares dominated in his paintings, but his use of color underwent a continuous evolution since then. His color palette evolved from pink to yellow, gray to gray-blue to deep blue. Swimberghe joined a number of art groups, such as Raaklijn in Bruges, Groupe Mesure in Paris and Gruppe INT in Hagen. During his lifetime he received several awards and prizes. This work dates from Swimberghe's white and gray period starting in the mid 1970s. The work dates from 1977 and is signed on the back.

Width :     121 cm / 47.64 inch

Depth :     4 cm / 1.57 inch

Height :     120 cm / 47.24 inch

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