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Yves Klein (1928-1962) is perhaps best known for patenting his own blue colour, his blue monochrome paintings and his monotone symphony. But his series of Anthropometries works are also important because with this series he was the first artist to make imprints of the human body. Klein's Anthropometries continues to inspire artists to this day...

Yves Klein is perhaps best rembrd for patenting his own blue colour, his blue monochrome art pieces.

Yves Klein, Monochrome Bleu Sans Titre (IKB 46), 1955.

Yves Klein Completion Date: 1955 Style: Nouveau Réalisme Series: Monochrome works

Anthropometries of the Blue Period - Yves Klein

Untitled Blue Monochrome, 1959 by Yves Klein.

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Yves Klein issues a receipt for the Immaterial to Dino Buzzati and releasing Zones of Immaterial Pictorial Sensibility into the Seine. Paris, 1962.


Transfer of a Zone of immaterial pictorial sensibility to Dino Buzzati, Paris, January