Vera Molnar

Edition Review

  • Vera Molnar , Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Orange & Bleu (2017)

  • Set of nine screenprints on canvas, 120 x 120 cm overall. Edition of 8. Printed and published by Bernard Chauveau, Paris. .
  • Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Noir & Blanc (2017)

  • Pigment print on canvas, 120 x 120 cm overall. Edition of 8. Published by Bernard Chauveau, Paris. .
  • Sainte-Victoire Border Line (2018)

  • Pigment print, 150 x 50 cm. Edition of 8. Published by Bernard Chauveau, Paris. .
  • Sainte-Victoire On-Line (2018)

  • Pigment print, 150 x 50 cm. Edition of 8. Published by Bernard Chauveau, Paris. .

Vera Molnar, Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Noir & Blanc (2017)

Vera Molnar, Sainte-Victoire Interchangables: Orange & Bleu (2017)

Its prominent presence in the paintings Paul Cézanne has made the shape of Mont Sainte-Victoire familiar to generations of museum goers and art history students around the world. Asymmetrical and hulking, it was a natural vehicle for the painter’s slab-like structuring of space and form. Subsequent artists have also been drawn to it—Picasso, Kandinsky, Masson and, surprisingly perhaps, Vera Molnar, the nonagenarian abstract painter and pioneer of algorithmic art [see Art In Print Jan–Feb 2019].

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