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Klein, Yves (1928-1962) - 1960 Anthropometry: Princess Helena (Museum of Modern Art, New York City) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
On April 28, 1958, hundreds of well-heeled Parisians lined up outside the Iris Clert Gallery at 3 Rue des Beaux-Arts, excited to see the newest works by an up-and-coming young artist, Yves Klein. There they were met by two Republican guards standing watch in front of a canopy whose shade was International Klein Blue, a vibrant cousin of cobalt that the artist had invented. While the guests waited to see the exhibit inside, they sipped blue cocktails made of gin and Cointreau, but upon entering,
Yves Klein, Anthropometry: Princess Helena. Klein painted with the most amazing electric blue I have ever seen. Walking into a gallery of his works is like being transported into the middle of the ocean. One of the most underrated artists of his generation.
Yves Klein. Anthropometry: Princess Helena. #3d book cover #book covering
watercolor by jose f. sosa - blue is the colour of a state of mind...
Yves Klein, 1960. I want to paint a room in Yves Klein blue.
Yves Klein, Anthropometrie
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Klein further explored the Blue Nude concept, painting nude models with IKB paint and having them impress their bodies onto paper--the resulting work was quite a lovely figural action painting.
Yves Klein - Anthropométrie sans titre (ANT 130), 1960
Anthropometry - Yves Klein. I believe the artist patented this colour and called it Klein Blue
International Klein Blue. Yves Klein Blue Monochrome dry pigment in synthetic polymer on cotton over plywood 1961 h77w55
yves klein ~ ANT 20, 1962 abstract