Jean Dubuffet - part 2
Jean Dubuffet (1901 – 1985) was a French painter and sculptor. His idealistic approach to aesthetics embraced so called "low art" and eschewed traditional standards of beauty in favour of what he believed to be a more authentic and humanistic approach to image-making. For biographical notes on Dubuffet, and for earlier works, see part 1. This is part 2 of a 4-part post on the works of Jean Dubuffet: 1946 Jean Paulhan acrylic and oil on masonite 108.9 x 87.9 cm © 2012 Artists Rights Society…
Gallery of Le Corbusier’s Paintings Showcased for the First Time Since 1966 - 5
Image 5 of 8 from gallery of Le Corbusier’s Paintings Showcased for the First Time Since 1966. La pêcheuse d'huitres, 1935. Image © The Foundation Le Corbusier / FLC ADGAP
TAPESTRY. "Les Musiciena Nes". Flat weave. 124 x 124,5 cm. Signed MTP L.C. - Bukowskis
(Manufactura de Tapeçarias de Portalegre, Portugal, Le Corbusier). Matricula n.o 866C. A label sewn at the back.
Drawings of Jean Dubuffet 1st Edition, 1960
First edition, published by George Braziller, New York, 1960 Perhaps best known for founding the ‘Art Brut’ movement, Dubuffet prolifically produced paintings, sculptures and drawings in his own unique ‘lo-fi’ aesthetic. This very well designed monograph presents many of Dubuffet’s drawings, accompanied by writings on the background of his influences and styles.
Jean Dubuffet en 2 minutes
Il fut l’homme de l’art brut. Après la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) fait polémique en exposant des œuvres contre l’élitisme intellectuel et artistique.