Nothing would’ve been easier than to hit the “Black & White” button on my camera and take a random shot. But even that proved to be a challenge, as I caught a nasty cold this weekend. So, today I resorted to my archive, where I found this nice picture taken at the Kröller Müller museum.
Jardin d’émail by Jean Dubuffet
It’s called “Jarding d’émail” from 1974, by Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), made from concrete, polyester resin and polyurethane.