Felix De Boeck
1898 - 1995
Décédé en Sint-Agatha-Berchem (Belgium), né à Drogenbos (Belgium).
Moves from Brabantine fauvism to evolve towards geometric abstraction around 1919. In the 1920s paints a series of cycles, like ‘Genesis’, where the particular works are characterized by diagonal division of planes and a luminous center. The autonomous colors and the constructivist composition seem laden with symbols, this against a background of near-mystical identification with Nature.
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Genesis: De Appelboom
Felix De Boeck, Genesis: De Appelboom, 1926. Painting, oil, cardboard, 46 x 47 cm.