Jean Hélion (1904-1987)
Orthogonales
1932
Watercolor on paper
27 x 21 cm
10.53 x 8.19 in

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Literature:
Hélion y la traversia de la abstraccion, 1992

In 1930, Hélion joined the group Art Concret and adopted a vocabulary of abstract rectilinear form that derived from the Neoplasticists Mondrian and van Doesburg. During the following years Hélion's art evolved to include curved lines and volumetric forms.