Verena Loewensberg was a Swiss painter and printmaker. Verena Loewensberg was born in Zurich, Switzerland in the year 1912. She came from a family of doctors.
The artist attended school in Basel, Switzerland at the Kunstgewerbeschule. After her collegiate career she took a job as a textile weaver.
Loewensberg is associated with the Concrete movement. This term was devised to separate her style of geometric abstraction from other abstract painters.
The artist found inspiration from two artists of the De Stijl movement, Piet Mondrian and Georges Vantongerloo.
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Below a brief montage of works by Verena Loewensberg:
Loewensberg worked gouache and oils. She was a prolific printmaker.
Verena Loewensberg passed away in 1986. She was 73 years of age.
Loewensberg had an excellent sense of graphic design. One could look at much of her body of work and think it was computer generated. Bold geometric shapes showing a great sense of movement!