Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Art Brut?

What is Art Brut?

A French term that means "raw art". It was invented by Jean Dubuffet in an attempt to describe and explain naive and graffiti art made outside the normal fine art's academic tradition. He termed it as "outsider art", made by loners, prisoners, the mentally ill and other groups of people considered marginalized. It is made without thought to presentation or imitation.

Artwork by Jean Dubuffet

Yayoi Kusama

Flower Basket, 1993

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

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Niki De Saint Phalle

California Nana vase, 1999

Sculpture / Object

Resin

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Karel Appel

Heavy Head, 1969

Painting

Acrylic on paper

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Niki De Saint Phalle

La caissière, 1995

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 1,250

Georg Baselitz

Adler (Eagle), 1981

Limited Edition Print

Woodcut

EUR 12,850

Karel Appel

Obra gráfica, 1974

Limited Edition Print

Serigraph

EUR 1,500

Niki De Saint Phalle

Nana, 1971

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 3,100

Karel Appel

Face, 1961

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

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Karel Appel

Kool luke singing hands, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Sun of the incas, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Etching

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Amsterdam clown , 1978

Limited Edition Print

Aquatint

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Red cat singing hands, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

A Civilized Barbarian, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

The clown with the golden tears, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Etching and Aquatint

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Floating flower passion, 1978

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 2,500

Karel Appel

Green floating passion , 1975

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

USD 2,500

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Maquette

Maquette is the term used for a scale model of a sculpture which is not finished yet. It serves as a rough draft so that the artist can test ideas about the sculpture without spending the effort and cost to make the full-size sculpture.

Conté

Conté is a vivid colored, waxy crayon. Nicolas-Jacques Conte’ invented them in 1795. Artists use sanding pads to sharpen their tips for drawing details, drag them flat on their sides for shading in large areas, and them to blend colors while drawing and sketching.

Charcoal

Charcoal is sticks of charred wood used to make initial studies and finished drawings. It is easily smudged and erased. It requires resin or gum to make it stick to surfaces permanently, and is ideal for sketching first ideas on walls or canvas.

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