Olivier Debré (1920-1999)

A major French painter of the second half of the 20th century, Olivier Debré's monumental, colorful, non-figurative work is an exact reflection of the real world. His vast canvases, composed of large areas of fluid colors, bring him closer to the "color-field painting" of American abstract expressionists, such as Morris Louis, or Clifford Still. His black and white engraved work retains very pictorial accents.


Indian ink depicting an abstract vertical motif, reminiscent of calligraphy.


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