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hourloupe.

Jean Dubuffet

hourloupe.

by Jean Dubuffet

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Published by Waddington Galleries in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition held at Waddington Galleries 12 May - 11 June, 1994.

ContributionsWaddington Galleries.
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Open LibraryOL21066763M

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Jean Dubuffet, Catalogue des travaux de Jean Dubuffet, Dubuffet, Correspondence, Jean Dubuffet, , L' hourloupe, L' homme du commun à l'ouvrage, Asphyxiante culture. Gallery Jeanne Bucher Original poster to the shape of the composition, signed in the plate. Edition: Unknown Number: Without Paper: Wove paper Illustration size: 37 x 57 cm Paper size (or piece size): 37 x 57 cm Reference: Without Condition: Very good Price: euros.

Théâtre Des Errements III is an emblematic example of the early years of Jean Dubuffet’s most celebrated artistic series: L’ , after twenty years as an established artist, Dubuffet published a small book consisting of a collection of ballpoint pen doodles made while the artist was casually on the telephone – not actively considering what he was drawing.   The term Hourloupe was a portmanteau word of ‘loup (wolf)’ and ‘entourloupe (dirty trick).’ Dubuffet’s favourite part, the word also contains ‘Le Horla’ a title of a book about a man losing his sanity, written by Guy de Maupassant. Hourloupe is a series of works Dubuffet produced from to , longest cycle in his career.

JEAN DUBUFFET (Philippe-Arthur) Le Havre - Paris (French) Title: Ontogenisis Ontogénèse, Technique: Original Hand Signed, Dated and Numbered Screenprint.   In Gombrich wrote a book named The Sense of Order, which looked into the psychology behind perceptual aspects of art. As I explain Gombrich’s book I will make some references and comparisons to another work from the Hourloupe series shown on the right. In the book Gombrich speaks of our fovea centralis.


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Hourloupe by Jean Dubuffet Download PDF EPUB FB2

About this Item: Kunsthalle Basel, Basel, paperback. Condition: Very Good. profusely illustrated (illustrator).

Catalogue hourloupe. book the Dubuffet exhibition Kunsthalle Baselshowing the artist's celebrated L'Hourloupe works; introduction (text in German with no English translation) by Peter F.

Althaus, followed by numerous colour and b&w plates of Dubuffet's work, including some gate-fold. The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Read it now.

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"The word Hourloupe was the title of a small book recently published and in which figured, with a text in jargon, reproductions of drawings using red and blue ballpoint pens. I associate it, by assonance, to " hurler " (to roar), to " hululer " (to hoot), to " loup " (wolf), to " Riquet à la Houppe " and the title of Maupassant's book " Le.

He decide, based on this technique to create a little book which he called L'Hourloupe. He wrote the text of the book in colloquial invented French written around the simple near-stylised figures. The nearest equivalent, phonetically to L'hourloupe is l'entourloupette, which in English would be a mean or rotten trick.

Seller Inventory # The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, hourloupe. book picks, and more. Read it now. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - Format: Paperback.

Hourloupe, cartes à jouer et à tirer The Library of Congress generally does not own rights to material in its collections and, therefore, cannot grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute the material.

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Jean Dubuffet: del paisaje físico al paisaje mental: 6 de marzo de abril de exposición organizada por la Fundación "la Caixa" en colaboración con la Fondation Jean Dubuffet y el Musée des Arts Décoratifs de París.

Jean Dubuffet was born on Jin Le Havre, France, into a middle-class family that distributed wine. Although he was well-educated, he came to reject his studies, preferring to educate himself by reading the work of Dr.

Hans Prinzhorn, who drew comparisons between the art of asylum inmates and the artwork of on these observations, Prinzhorn stated that it was savagery Nationality: French. Cover title: Jean Dubuffet: The Hourloupe cycle graphics.

"InWalker Art Center originated the exhibition Jean Dubuffet: monuments, simulacres, praticables Martin Friedman's catalog essay for that exhibition provided the basis for his current overview of Dubuffet's L'Hourloupe prints"--Title page verso.

Description: Jean Dubuffet "Jeandarm" From the VIP book "L'Hourloupe" from Signed J. in white pencil. Size: x inches ( x 12 cm), printed on.

Catalogue de l'exposition de l'Hourloupe de Jean Dubuffet. Illustré de reproductions en noir et en couleurs d'oeuvres, dessins, gouaches, peintures monumentés, Simulacres et Praticables, appartenant au cycle de l'Hourloupe et réalisés entre et Textes de J.-F.

Jaeger, Gaëtan Picon et Jean Dubuffet. Livres. Seller Inventory # The L’Hourloupe series, the true wellspring of Dubuffet’s art, which “makes sense of what came before and was to come after,” as Daniel Abadie has written, covers the years to and was first presented at the Palazzo Grassi exhibition in   'The word Hourloupe was the title of a small book recently published and in which figured, with a text in jargon, reproductions of drawings using red and blue ballpoint pens.

I associate it, by assonance, with “hurler” [to howl], “hululer” [to hoot], “loup” [wolf], “Riquet à la houppe” and to the title of Mauspassant’s book.

Jean Philippe Arthur Dubuffet (31 July – 12 May ) was a French painter and sculptor. His idealistic approach to aesthetics embraced so called "low art" and eschewed traditional standards of beauty in favor of what he believed to be a more authentic and humanistic approach to place: Le Havre, France.

Music recordings []. on UbuWeb; agp Jean Dubuffet; Publications []. Prospectus aux amateurs de tout genre, Paris: Gallimard, (French) "Notes pour les fins.

The Prints Art Gallery, lithographs, etchings, sale modern illustrated books by Picasso, Braque, Miro, Chagall, Masson, Lam, Hartung, Henry Moore and others artists.

Hourloupe is the title of a small book that Dubuffet wrote incomprised of ‘absolute jargon’ – a text composed of invented words whose meanings are problematic.

The text was decoratively handwritten in white gouache on black paper, and Dubuffet explains the motifs are: “meandering lines with some areas hatched or filled in with.

Jean Dubuffet: Transitions, Pallant House, Chichester. a book by a German psychiatrist Dr Hans Prinzhorn, published in known as L'Hourloupe, made by Dubuffet between and French, – Jean Dubuffet’s work is marked by a rebellious attitude toward prevailing notions of high culture, beauty, and good taste.

He began making art in earnest at after a stint in the army and a successful career as a wine merchant. The next four decades were tremendously prolific: he wrote poetry and theoretical texts, played jazz, experimented widely with art-making.

The story of L'Hourloupe's beginnings is well known, the mindless doodles Jean Dubuffet made during long telephone conversations, creating forms free of all representation, tightly fitted together in an unbroken web, and then just as mechanically filled with striped lines in blue or red biro, the result of a simple occupation of the artist's.The radical French artist Jean Dubuffet gave up a career as a wine merchant following World War II to challenge the conventional tastes of the art world with dark, primitive works in thick textures, only to later gain fame and fortune with a new graphic style in bright colors expressed in .In the early 's, Jean experimented with music and sound and made several recordings with a Danish painter Asger Jorn, a founding member of the avant-garde movement COBRA.

At this time, he began his longest series, entitled L'Hourloupe (a word he invented), which possess a decorative quality, that is not evident in his earlier work.