goldenbookillustration: Anton Pieck Anton Franciscus Pieck (Den Helder, Netherlands, 19 April 1895 – Overveen, Netherlands, 24 November 1987), a Dutch painter, artist and graphic artist. His works are noted for their nostalgic or fairy tale-like character and are widely popular, appearing regularly on cards and calendars.
Infinitely Faceted Sculptures Formed with Plate Glass Sheets
Kyoto-based artist Niyoko Ikuta, one of the most prominent figures in contemporary Japanese glass art, produces evocative and enchantingly elaborate sculptures out of plate glass. In her Free Essence series, Ikuta uses her radiant sculptures as a way to play with the light as it bounces and bends through a myriad of crystalline facets, with different lighting and viewing angles multiplying these delightful optical intricacies even further. After sketching a work's design, she cuts sheets of…
I know this piece was made after Kurts time. The style of this example of expressionsism is what inspired Kurt. Obviously not this piece in particular, but this form of expressionism. The random abstract art is something i see in Kurts work, and this style clearly had a lot of inspiration to him.