• Grey Sorcery
  • 1962
  • Oil on canvas
  • 131,5 x 157,5 cm

His vision of the landscape has generally been allusive and elliptical, concentrating on subtle elements used as evocative references. In a way, a tacit complicity in code was established with the viewer and made use of tangential, associative and even symbolic movements. The titles fulfilled the function of an initial evocation, but later deployed other more pictorial tools to place the picture beyond the theme.