Discover the vibrant and expressive world of Tachisme, a movement that emerged as a colorful and dynamic counterpart to Abstract Expressionism. Explore the works of renowned Tachisme artists and immerse yourself in the bold and energetic brushstrokes of this captivating art form.
Design, Inspiration, Art Photography, Paris, French Artists, Pierre, Lithograph, Fine Art, Lithography

Pierre Soulages. Lithograph No. 3. (1957). Lithograph. composition 24 13/16 x 18 15/16" (63.1 x 48.1 cm) sheet 27 7/8 x 19 15/16" (70 x 50.7 cm). Galerie Berggruen, Paris. Mourlot, Paris. Gift of William S. Lieberman. 208.1986. © 2024 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Drawings and Prints

Carlisle Sandy
Subconscious Art, Unica Zurn, Auto Drawing, Auto Draw, Automatic Drawing, Human Body Art, 3d Printing Art, Drawing Studies, Shadow Art

2016 has been a year of significant art anniversaries. It was the centenary of dada, which I celebrated on this blog. It was the 500-year anniversary of the death of Hieronymus Bosch, which I celebrated by making a pilgrimage to the Noordbrabandts Museum in Den Bosch for an extraordinary exhibition. It was the (alleged) 40th anniversary of punk rock, which I marked by doing a radio interview. This year was also the anniversary of a less known figure in the history of art, Unica Zürn. Zürn…

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Op Art, Croquis, Art Photography, Contemporary Art, Kandinsky, Kunst, Gestural Abstraction, Art Informel, Modern Art

Born in Leipzig, into an artistic family. He studied the work of painters such as Corinth and Nolde, and also learned the basis of French modern art. He studied in the Fine Arts Academies of Dresden and Munich. To prevent succumbing to provincialism, he left in 1927 his native country, and after a bicycle trip through Europe, he moved to Paris. He lived with Anna-Eva Bergmann and established himself in the French town of Leucate and then in the Balearic Island of Minorca. His first…

Adrian Monteiro

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