rot-orange, 1964 by Rupprecht Geiger
Rupprecht Geiger (1908-2009) was one of the leading figures in German post-war art. His oil and acrylic paintings, works on paper and screenprints are characterized by simple geometrical forms and luminescent, sensitively modulated colors. He had a great passion for the color red, of which he said "Red is life, energy, virility, power, love, warmth, strength. With its ability to stimulate, it has a powerful function."
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