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| ||Dubuffet, Jean (1901 - 1985)|
Borne au Logos V, 1967
Polyurethane paint on polyester;
97.7 x 94 x 47 cm
The French painter, sculptor, commercial designer, collector and writer, Dubuffet moved to Paris when only 17. He gave up his irregular art studies in 1924, travelling to Argentina to work in a factory where he stayed for only a year. He returned to Paris and took up painting once more. He soon began exhibiting, and successive provocative exhibitions in the mid 40s earned him a place as an important creative force in post-war art. In the 70s, he focused mainly on projects of an environmental nature and, in his later years, he greatly increased his production of drawings and paintings.
Contemporâneos de Arpad Szenes e Vieira da Silva na Collecção Berardo
Fundação Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva, Portugal
06-03-2002 ~ 16-06-2002
Catalogue Integral des Travaux de Jean Dubuffet, fascicule XXIII: Sculptures Peintes, 1972
Christie's, Contemporary Art, 1993
Published by Christie's
Contemporâneos de Arpad Szenes e Vieira da Silva na Colecção Berardo, 2002
Published by Fundação Arpad Szenes - Vieira da Silva
Jean Dubuffet Délits Déportements Lieux de Haut Jeu, 1971
Published by Weber Éditeur