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Art Informel

(movement, early 1940’s-1950’s)

“Un Art autre” (Art of Another Kind)
Art Informel (or Tachism, or Lyrical Abstraction) tends toward the gestural and expressive, with repetitive calligraphic marks and anticompositional formats related to Abstract Expressionism, which is often considered its American equivalent.

Art Informel Artists

Alfred Manessier
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Norman Bluhm
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Alberto Burri
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Wols
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Michel Tapies
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Pierre Soulages
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Jean Dubuffet
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Jean Rene Bazaine
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Jean-Paul Riopelle
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Ruth Franken
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Jean Fautrier
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Jean Atlan
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Jean Miotte
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Antoni Tapies
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Roger Bissiere
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Hans Hartung
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Serge Poliakoff
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Camille Bryen
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Nicolas de Stael
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