Contemporary art critics compared Alice Pairan to
Marc Chagall, Edvard Munch, Otto Müller and Bele Bachem.
Alice Pairan’s multi-faceted body of work expanded in range through bold experimentation further away from her early Städelschule roots. Alice forged from her experience her own style, unique not only in colours, composition and media, but in the various subject matters she addressed. Quite unusual for a female artist of her time, her social commentary often depicted construction sites, cranes, cars and machinery.
A small selection arranged around themes may be found here and by clicking on the picture of the artwork.