French artist Yves Klein – Anthropometry: Princess Helena, 1960. Oil on paper on wood at MOMA. Klein directed the models, covered in blue paint—to make imprints of their bodies on large sheets of paper. I love the movement of the piece and the boldness of the patented International Klein Blue color.
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