Swiss painter of Russian origin, Théodore Strawinsky (1907-1989), son of the famous composer Igor Stravinsky, was an extremely prolific artist. His work belongs to a dual lineage of Post-Impressionism and Cubism whose essential messages – a new relationship with reality and the autonomy of a work of art – he made his own. Versatile, he excelled at all the techniques he practised including painting, stained glass, engraving, mural painting, theatre sets, illustration and remained untouched by the vogues and upheavals which characterised twentieth century art.
Click here to discover the trailer of the documentary film directed by Marc Bader “Théodore Strawinsky : I paint not as I see, but as I look”.
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