William Stein

Those early days

40 × 35 cm

oil, gouache and pencil on canvas (framed)


William Stein’s work delves into the internal psychological realm. His paintings’ mysterious arrangements are composed of a lexicon of universal geometric forms such as cubes, circles, triangles and cloud-like shapes, that are left suspended within surreal dreamscapes. Rooted in autobiography, his work can be seen as a meditation on anxiety and joy, memory and loss, place and family.