Born in 1901 - France
Jean Dubuffet was born in Le Havre on July 31, 1901; he is a French painter, sculptor and visual artist.
He was the first theoretician of a new art movement that he called "art brut": this concerned works by marginal people or people who suffered from mental illnesses, be it paintings, sculptures, or calligraphy, and he recognized having been inspired by these artworks.
For the first exhibition of his art brut collection that he organizes in 1949, he writes the essay L'Art brut préféré aux arts culturels (Art Brut Rather than official Culture).
His work includes paintings, assemblages (wrongly classified as collages), sculptures and monuments. The most spectacular of his monuments is part of an larger group, L'Hourloupe (1962-1974. His work also includes architectural projects: the Closerie Falbala and the Villa Falbala. Retrospective shows were dedicated to him at the Grassi Palace in Venice and at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Jean Dubuffet died in Paris, on May 12, 1985.
Chaissac-Dubuffet, entre plume et pinceau, Musee de la Postre, Paris, France
Galerie Karsten Greve, Paris, France
Post-War Dutch, Paol & Co. Fine Art, Maastricht
Die aufregende Kunst des 20. Jahrhundderts, Neue Nationalgerlie, Berlin
Classics, Sara Hilden Museum, Tampere, Finland
Accrochage, Van de Weghe Fine Art, New York, NY
Modern Means: Continuity and Change in Art from 1880 to the Present, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
83.8 x 106.7 Cm
Deliveries guaranteedby specialised carriers
Secure payment by credit card, paypal or bank transfer
Free returnswithin 14 business days
The best prices Negotiated with our partnered galleries
"Artsper gathers the best of art galleries in the world. I can therefore select art pieces from the comfort of my home with total peace of mind."
"Artsper's advisors helped me pick an artwork and were exceptionally reactive when I followed up on my order.
"Artsper has the broadest and largest range of accessible contemporary artworks. My painting from Jonone bought on Artsper is a daily delight."