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Jean Dubuffet

Jean Dubuffet is one of the most prominent representatives of French post-war art and is considered the main proponent of 'Art Brut'. Dubuffet's work was influenced by the views of the Surrealists, who rejected the aesthetic and moral concepts of Western culture. The works of the all-time loner comprised not only his archetypal figures painted with gestic brushstrokes, but also sculptures, collages made of the most diverse materials, and action art.

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