In 1993, after having exhibited Robert Rauschenberg, the Lemarié Tranier gallery in Washington invited Robert Einbeck to exhibit his paintings which revolve around three main axes: "Rota", "Adamah" and "Homo Anima".
For the first time, Einbeck uses fragmented and segmented organic and vegetal forms in his work, which appear notably in the "Homo Anima" series. He attributes them as if they were seen in fragmented dream sequences. The article preceding the exhibition published in the Washington Post earned him more than 1,500 visitors on the opening day.
Some of the paintings went to Children's National Medical Center in Washington DC, Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Continental Insurance and Absolut in New York, Baby Guess in Los Angeles, and a few private collectors. In 1995 some of these paintings were presented with Thierry Mugler in the 5 windows of Saks Fiflth Avenue. The 76cm x 56cm silkscreen on Arches 310 gr. paper is a reduction of the triptych "Homo Anima V" (2,03 m x 5,50 m) which was acquired by the Southwestern Medical Center of the University of Texas at Dallas.
Twenty-eight pieces were hand-enhanced by the artist to create twenty-eight original monotypes. Each work created, signed and dated 2002 in the lower right corner, is therefore considered an original work. These rare works are for the first time shown and on exclusive sale for a period of three months on KAZoART and are sold at an exceptional price. They will then be withdrawn from the sale.