Anna-Eva Bergman

 
The Norwegian-born French painter Anna-Eva Bergman (1909–1987) was a multifarious artist. Prior to the 1950s she drew illustrations and caricatures for the press, kept notebooks on her ideas about art, published articles, and wrote an autobiography, a novel, and a cookery book.
At the same time she explored the realm of painting, embarking down the path of abstraction in the late 1940s and ultimately forging a unique style based on the use of gold and silver foil as pictorial elements to convey archetypal forms based on nature and Nordic mythology.

 
Anna-Eva Bergman - Passages
2019
French edition
Fondation Hartung Bergman
Catalogue of the exhibition gathering a set of eighty works, on canvas or paper, in small and very large formats, that Anna-Eva Bergman created in the wake of her two travels to northern Norway, in 1950 and 1964, from which emerges a plastic language that signs the whole of his future work.
Anna-Eva Bergman - Casseroles - Recettes du monde entier
2019
French edition
Fondation Hartung Bergman
currently out of stock
Recipes from all over the world: an illustrated cookbook by Anna-Eva Bergman, published for the first time.
Anna-Eva Bergman -
2011
French edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Fondation Hartung Bergman
Reference monograph (available in English edition).
Anna-Eva Bergman -
2011
English edition
Les presses du réel – Contemporary art – Monographs
Fondation Hartung Bergman
Reference monograph.


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