French painter's exhibition conveys scholarly seriousness

By Lin Qi | | Updated: 2019-07-23 15:00
Paintings by French artist Rémy Aron are on show at exhibition  Past Modern. [Photo provided to China Daily]

French artist Rémy Aron's oil paintings often remind one of a spirit of modernity that could be traced from modern masters such as Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso, Giorgio Morandi and Alberto Giacometti. His still-lifes are characterized with a mystic touch facilitated by the arrangement of geometric shapes, and his landscapes convey rhythm and poetry motivated by rich, vibrant colors.

In a powerful and straightforward way, Aron persists with a scholarly attitude toward painting rather than following ever-changing fashion.

At his one-man show now on in Beijing, titled Past Modern, Aron shows dozens of oil works in which he conducts a dialog with prominent artists from history and nature -- his two important sources of inspiration.

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