Beligian born artist Pol Bury etching of Multiple amorphous shapes. Circa, 1960's. Belgian-born film maker and artist Pol Bury (1922-2005) began his studies in the Academie des Beaux-Arts, thereafter associating with Parisian surrealist and modern art circles, working within various mediums and styles, specifically focused on studies of kinetic energy and geometric forms. Today, Bury's work is included in several major art museums and galleries, including the Guggenheim, the Tate Gallery and the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. Bury is similarly renowned for various fountains and public installations, among them "Spherades"of Le Palais Royal in Paris as well as "L’Octagon"in San Francisco's Financial District. This engraving depicts amorphous, yet finely detailed dark colored balls. Markings include serial number [17/50] to left of the work, inscription and date ['66] to the right. This piece remains in overall good vintage condition, with minor presence of staining to the right side.