Andrée POLLIER, ‘The lost bird’, 1981, Noé Noé
Andrée POLLIER, ‘The lost bird’, 1981, Noé Noé
Andrée POLLIER, ‘The lost bird’, 1981, Noé Noé
Andrée POLLIER, ‘The lost bird’, 1981, Noé Noé
Andrée POLLIER, ‘The lost bird’, 1981, Noé Noé

This French artist, born in Chambéry in Savoy, belongs to the surrealist movement. From 1960, an influence
almost hypnotic emerges from his works. Oniric compositions, superpositions of arithmetic figures. squares,
rhombuses, triangles with shades, referring to constructivism and kinetics. A whole imaginary world,
bathed in an unsual light, amid desolate and hieratic spaces. A real metaphysical paintin, in the tradition of the great, like Max Ernst,Yves Tanguy and Chirico.
The works of this artist more and more sought after by specialists, can be found in numerous national museums and in the contemporary art collection of the bank Societe Generale.

Signature: Signed and dated 1981 lower right: countersigned, titled and dated on the reverse.

Image rights: Noé-Noé

About Andrée POLLIER

French, 1915-2009, Chambéry, France