A painter as any other artist has only one desire :
to cause the emotion and if possible
by creating an esthetic shock.
The Beaudier Painter reaches that point
naturally while using contrasts between
hot and cold colours and of the complementary ones.
The colours are in extreme cases between Impressionism,
Expressionnist and Fauvist. The form moves away from
figurative because it uses modern geometric
standards which are arranged according to
the laws of the Structurellist movement
where any share of the center.
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It is not possible to deliver to you an analysis
without speaking about the symbolism of the colours.
when it is
represents the spirit
and the forces spiritual. When it is
it is about the world of the impulses close
of our primitive nature.
is the colour of the sensuality,
that of the pleasure.
represents tenderness and affectivity,
the world of the feelings.