Robert Lardus Humanography works are paradoxical. The form is ambiguous and the colors surprising. The multitude of elements creates coherent images that combine tradition and modernity. Drawing, due to the technique used by the artist, is precise but at the same time full of spontaneity. A clear theme and simplicity of composition characterize every work. The subject seems metaphorical to the recipient. The artist moves from individual shapes to a larger created image: a wide, often open composition. For Robert Lardus, the human-figure alphabet in Humanography is the basis for converting the image into a completely new form. The composition is intended to give the viewer specific reflection on the human condition. It is a story about a human being in a group, community, interacting with others. It is the effacing of the individual to the advantage of the group.
Postpainterly, Expresionism, Contemporary, Calligraphy, Calligrafitti, Abstraction, Original Painting, Abstract Painting