Sigg Hermann Alfred
Lithographie signée et numérotée 159/200
47 cm x 29 cm
En bon état
Sigg Hermann Alfred (1924)
"Sigg’s work is at one moment energetic, the next calming and meditative, yet his imagery always speaks to the soul."
Jason Shaiman (Curator of Exhibitions, MIAMI UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM)
"Hermann Sigg's luminous canvases of mesmerizing color and innovative mutations of primary forms, have married previous traditions with post-modern concepts of the sign, to inspire a new way of seeing. With his vision and virtuoso skill, Sigg's transcendent landscapes revitalize and map out a new direction for contemporary painting. ”
Amy Winter, (Director and Curator: GODWIN-TERNBACH MUSEUM, CUNY; author: Wolfgang Paalen: Artist and Theorist of the Avant-Garde)
"H.A.Sigg demonstrates anew that the stream of vision expressed in paint by the postwar European and American abstractionists has not run dry...”
Jerry Cullum (ART PAPERS, ART IN AMERICA, ARTnews; author: Noplaces: Art in a Post-Urban Landscape)
“Sigg's is a remarkable humane art, providing as it does, a necessary respite from life's complications."
Mario Naves (CITY ARTS, THE NEW CRITERION)