Robert Combas – Paintings from the 1980s and 1990s from 7 August to 11 September at the Grimaldi Forum Monaco


An exhibition by French painter Robert Combas will be showing at the Laurent Strouk Gallery from 7 August to 11 September 2016 at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.



A hundred major works from the 1980s and 1990s from public and private collections on themes close to the artist’s heart such as love, women, battles, religion, mythology, music and genre scenes will be presented.


Like Picasso, Combas plays with depictions of the human figure. His paintings are a complex and exhilarating play of colours, shapes and patterns. Every tableau is a world in and of itself. 


When Combas’s paintings first appeared in the 1970s, they didn’t waste any time shaking up conventions in aesthetic appreciation at the time. Today, Robert Combas continues to paint as a free and independent painter who is not associated with any movement.


As an admirer of Robert Combas’s explosive creativity, Laurent Strouk designed this exhibition after an explosion – explosions of joy, colours, energy and VITALITY!


For further information on the artist or for photos, please contact Claire Jeannin at the Galerie Laurent Strouk  or browse the website


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