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Rüegg, Albert
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The Belgian Corneille (actually Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo), next to Asger Jorn, Constant and Karel Appel one of the founding members of the important artist group "CoBrA", one of the most significant artist groups of the Informel, counts among the most important representatives of gestic abstraction and contemporary figuration.
Particularly when comparing the oeuvre of Corneille with that of the impulsive works by Karel Appel, it becomes obvious that it is characterized by a stronger intellectuality. His maze-like image landscapes, which alternate between abstraction and figuration impress the observer with their profound symbolism. Corneille, who was active as painter, graphic artist and sculptor, developed an emblematic figurative style in his late work. Particularly female nudes, cats and birds are depicted in consciously naive simplified forms, an expressive coloring and a monumentality that appears to be neo-classicist.
Numerous exhibitions honored the internationally acknwledgedartist Corneille, the last was in the Liu Hai Su Art Museum in Shanghai (2004).

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