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Abstraction

Primary colours and Concerns: a tribute to Abstraction 

Krispin Joseph PX  Regarding the discussion on Abstract art, Paul Crowther and Isabel Wünsche write: ‘the creative process is rooted in the unconscious, and is thence expressed most effectively through acts when the creative impulse is allowed to develop naturally rather than through conscious control’. When the artist does their creative process naturally, that flow …

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Claude Rutault, French Artist Who Rewrote the Rules of Painting, Dies at 80

Claude Rutault, a French artist whose paintings were made according to rigorous sets of rules, has died at 80, the ARTnews reports. Born in 1941 in Trois Moutiers, France, Rutault’s paintings had an intrinsic quality of departure from the traditional and were, he thought, often covert depictions of humour. Rutault’s paintings bridged the gap between …

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