Island. Original pastels on paper, unknown.
Kosa Bokšan was a Serbian painter who lived in Paris. She was painting landscapes and portraits when she finished her studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade, but when she moved to Paris her art became more abstract and approached to the informal. After that she had two phases – ‘The Paris School’ realism, so-called abstract naturalism and later when she was influenced by the Byzantine tradition, Bokšan transformed mythical symbols into an artistic expression. We can see that this image is related with the Abstract expressionism or Lyrical abstraction. It looks like Bokšan’s intense contrasting lines are dancing on the paper.