Explore Yves Klein, Pop Art, and more!

klein-yves-disque-bleu-ikb-54-1957-2632790

YVES KLEIN

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other - Yves Klein .                                                                                                                                                                                 More

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other

ZsaZsa Bellagio – Like No Other - Yves Klein . More

yves klein, 1962  plaintive, pained, and look at his shirt

yves klein, 1962 plaintive, pained, and look at his shirt

Yves Klein (1928-1962) is perhaps best known for patenting his own blue colour, his blue monochrome paintings and his monotone symphony. But his series of Anthropometries works are also important because with this series he was the first artist to make imprints of the human body. Klein's Anthropometries continues to inspire artists to this day...

Yves Klein (1928-1962) is perhaps best known for patenting his own blue colour, his blue monochrome paintings and his monotone symphony. But his series of Anthropometries works are also important because with this series he was the first artist to make imprints of the human body. Klein's Anthropometries continues to inspire artists to this day...

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1)    “Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”

Yves Klein - Anthopometries (1960-1) “Klein experimented with various methods of painting, using rollers and sponges and experimenting with different surfaces. This experimentalism would lead to a number of works Klein made using a female nude covered in blue paint and dragged across or laid upon canvases to make the image, using the models as ‘living brushes’.”

Pinterest
Search