Victor Delhez // ‘trivial lino’

In 1959, Victor Delhez was honoured by the young artists of Antwerp avant-garde group G 58 as a pioneer of abstract art in Belgium. Michel Seuphor too noted the prominent role his youth friend played in the breakthrough of Belgian abstract art. The post-war revival of abstract art inspired Delhez to make a new series of works het called ‘trivial linographs’. What started out as a search for new forms for a New World in the 1910s and 1920s, had become some sort of spielerei with form and colour.

 

Victor Delhez

tivial lino

ca. 1962-1965

14,5 x 23 cm

coloured linograph // artist’s proof

 

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