Galerie Laurentin

At the end of the World War II, in which she heroically distinguished herself, Geneviève Asse renounced figuration for abstraction, no longer able to paint the horror of men. With her discreet personality, she was observed and supported by her faithful friends Morandi and Beckett. She developed a painting in apparent softness, ranging from white monochrome to the most subtle blues, in search of a dreamlike infinity, always inspired by the sky and the sea. Geneviève Asse has been exceptional in both her extraordinary life and her creativity, illustrating the richness of the abstract forms of expressions that marked the 20th century.

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