Erik Saxon

San Francisco, California 1941

Photo courtesy Eric Saxon

He draws on a pictorial tradition dating back to the early part of nineteenth century  - the art of Mondrian, in which the search for simplicity and rigor was predominant, with the investigstion of the permanent values through changing forms and, as a result, simplificaton in order to highlight them, stripping them of everything that isn't necessary for expression.

Rosa Giovanna Magnifico Panza di Biumo and PanzaCollection would like to thank the artist, the family and the institutions for granting image publishing.