Former and later works of Wolf Rossborg prove themselves as vivid, non-figurative compositions, unify dominant colour contrasts, set filigree structures into contrast to intense, rough and expressive passages made with a spittle. Several colour coats are put on top of each other, letting place to guess underlying layers, partially sticking out. Here and there a piece of flawless, untouched linen. Due to the overlapping of partially effectual China-red, during longer viewing three-dimensional impression develops. Again and again the artist comes back to a newly developed, so by him called see-through-painting. Here, realistic painting in oil stands in harmonic competition with abstract painting on linen. Over the years the artist has improved his technique. Clear, large-sized colour spaces are his main style. Wolf Rossborg uses acrylic colours for his abstract paintings.