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Samuel Buri (b. 1935) is a Swiss painter whose Neo-Expressionist style fused his love of the natural and figurative with illusory elements evocative of Op Art.

In the 1950's, an encounter with Sam Francis inspired a young Buri to become a painter. Since then, Buri has received significant recognition for his art …

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Over the course of a long career, painter and lithographer Samuel Buri has experimented in a variety of both figurative and abstract styles. After meeting Abstract Expressionist Sam Francis, Buri discarded his early interest in Post-Impressionism in favor of a delicate, lyrical abstract style that blended figurative concerns with some of the techniques of Op art, including grids and repeated patterns. He also experimented with ceramics, sculpture, and large-scale public murals. In Buri’s most famous series “Des Vaches: Mo, Ni, Que” (1971-1976), he created public installations comprising three vibrantly painted fiberglass cows grazing in site-specific configurations, reflecting his interest in both the mediums and imagery of Pop Art.

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2015
Galerie Carzaniga at Art Basel 2015Galerie Carzaniga

Floating Apples, 1969

Acrylic on Canvas
39 1/2 × 52 in
100.3 × 132.1 cm
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C
Caviar20
Toronto

Samuel Buri (b. 1935) is a Swiss painter whose Neo-Expressionist style fused his love of the …

Medium
Condition
Very good condition
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed and titled by the artist on verso
Certificate of authenticity
Included (issued by gallery)
Frame
Included

Over the course of a long career, painter and lithographer Samuel Buri has experimented in a variety of both figurative and abstract styles. After meeting Abstract Expressionist Sam Francis, Buri discarded his early interest in Post-Impressionism in favor of a delicate, lyrical abstract style that blended figurative concerns with some of the techniques of Op art, including grids and repeated patterns. He also experimented with ceramics, sculpture, and large-scale public murals. In Buri’s most famous series “Des Vaches: Mo, Ni, Que” (1971-1976), he created public installations comprising three vibrantly painted fiberglass cows grazing in site-specific configurations, reflecting his interest in both the mediums and imagery of Pop Art.

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