Friday, March 17, 2006


Mondrian, Derain and Kandinsky.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful works! Seeing this stuff really gives a greater insight into your personal sense of color, which I've always found fascinating.

4:26 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Coming from a guy with your impeccable credentials this is praise indeed. The Derain painting has been in my mind for years. In the sixties I was commissioned to design tapestries for children (they were weaved by indigenous women from the north of Argentina) and I had Derain as a major influence.

4:33 pm  
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4:37 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the tree paintings attracts my eye most

Exuse me I deleted my last post
I've been an insomniac this week, so I can no longer spell or write, but I like it this way.

I like this blog, more positive distractions for me.

4:43 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

From one insomniac to another..How can one imagine that the passionate painter of that tree would become the cerebral artist of "Broadway Boogie Boogie" Etc?...
The old man had a good grace...He was a saloon dancer!

4:56 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe that's why I like it, I'm a tap dancer.

I c movement.

5:19 am  

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