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Here is an unusual proposition, a far cry from the realist depictions of autumn foliage produced by our classical painters: the opportunity to discover dissociated shape and colour. It is an exploration of all the leaf shapes that have pervaded works of art since the beginning of time - the bay tree, the oak, vine or acanthus and many others besides - resulting in a creation of maximum decorative effect, where all the works of art are mixed together, bursting with shades of yellow and orange.
Let it stir your senses!
Branzi Andrea (born in 1938)
Paris, Centre Pompidou - Musée national d'art moderne - Centre de création industrielle
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