Art Brut

The term Art Brut (French for "raw art"), coined by the French painter Jean Dubuffet, does not denote a uniform style, but is an umbrella term for works of art created outside the established, academic art system. Dubuffet considered this raw state of artistic expression, i.e. spontaneous, unreflective works by untrained painters, including the art of the mentally ill, the mentally impaired, social outsiders such as prison inmates and children, to be unadulterated, truthful art.

2 days | Dorotheum
Oswald Tschirtner
Lot 194-027079/0015 Ohne Titel
Radierung auf Velin

ab € 280
5 days | Sotheby's
Jean Dubuffet
Lot 25 Chronique
acrylic on canvas

€ 370,000 - 555,000
5 days | Sotheby's
Jean Dubuffet
Lot 82 Personnage , 1970
color markers on paper collage on craft paper

€ 14,000 - 19,000
5 days | Sotheby's
Jean Dubuffet
Lot 81 Bateau III
marker and ballpoint pen on paper

€ 14,000 - 19,000
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