Europe After the War

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Lecture: 6 Europe After the War

Discussed is the European reaction to the Abstract-Expressionist movement, Nouveaux Realisme, the influence of Art Brut, as well as a rediscovery of figuration in Francis Bacon's work.

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Europe After the War

  1. 1. Europe After the War 1945-1960
  2. 2. George Mathieu, Homage to Death , 1959
  3. 3. Pierre Soulages, 2 April , 1957
  4. 4. Hans Hartung, T55/4 , 1955
  5. 5. Jean Dubuffet, Corps de Dame , 1950
  6. 6. Jean Dubuffet, Corps de Dame:Bloody Landscape , 1950
  7. 7. Jean Dubuffet, Cow with a Subtile Nose , 1954
  8. 8. Alberto Giacometti, La Mere de l'Artiste , 1951
  9. 9. Alberto Giacomatti, Diego , 1953
  10. 10. Alberto Giacomatti, Walking Man I , 1961
  11. 11. Asger J ö rn, Femme du Oct , 1958
  12. 12. Karel Appel, Questioning Children , 1949
  13. 13. Karel Appel, Drawing on Blue Ground , 1959
  14. 14. Cy Twombly, Tiznit , 1953
  15. 15. Cy Twombly, Panorama , 1955
  16. 16. Lucio Fontana, Concetto Spaziale , 1958
  17. 17. Alberto Burri, Comopsition in White , 1955
  18. 18. Alberto Burri, Ferro , 1958
  19. 19. Graham Sutherland, Thorny Tree , 1945
  20. 20. Graham Sutherland, Thorn Head , 1947
  21. 21. Graham Sutherland, Crucifixion , 1947
  22. 22. Francis Bacon, Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion , 1944
  23. 23. Francis Bacon, Painting , 1946
  24. 24. Francis Bacon, Study After Velazquez's Pope Innocent X , 1953
  25. 25. Francis Bacon, Two Figures , 1953

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