Instytut Historii Sztuki <Posen> [Editor]
Artium Quaestiones — 11.2000

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27. Vaclav Bostik, “Red and Green”, 1945, private collection

imitations of children’s toys (Boat [1964], Hobby Horse [1964]); or - what
may be of interest in the context of the present essay - geometrical forms
constructed of many little pieces of printed paper, called “chiasmages.”
For instance, Homage to Larousse (1965/66) includes overlapping
geometrical forms which are only slightly marked on the painting’s sur-

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