Nicolas de Staël (1914-1955)  was known for his use of a thick impasto & his highly abstract landscape painting. Evolving his own highly distinctive and abstract style, which bears comparison with the near-contemporary American Abstract Expressionist movement, and French Tachisme, but which he developed independently of them. Typically his paintings contained block-like slabs of colour, emerging as if struggling against one another across the surface of the image.

Nicolas de Staël (1914-1955) was known for his use of a thick impasto & his highly abstract landscape painting. Evolving his own highly distinctive and abstract style, which bears comparison with the near-contemporary American Abstract Expressionist movement, and French Tachisme, but which he developed independently of them. Typically his paintings contained block-like slabs of colour, emerging as if struggling against one another across the surface of the image.

Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.


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Wols: Untitled, 1946-47. Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913, Berlin – September 1, 1951, Paris), a German painter and photographer, predominantly active in France. Though broadly unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered a pioneer of Lyrical Abstraction, one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols: Untitled, 1946-47. Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913, Berlin – September 1, 1951, Paris), a German painter and photographer, predominantly active in France. Though broadly unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered a pioneer of Lyrical Abstraction, one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols [Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze] (1913-1951), "Aile de papillon", 1947, Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Pompidou (Paris, France)

Wols [Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze] "Aile de papillon", Musée national d'art moderne, Centre Pompidou (Paris, France)

Wols (A. O. Wolfgang Schulze) (German, 1913–1951) Date:1946-47 Medium:Oil on canvas

Wols (A. O. Wolfgang Schulze) (German, 1913–1951) Date:1946-47 Medium:Oil on canvas

Untitled Artist: Wols Style: Surrealism Genre: figurative painting

Untitled Artist: Wols Style: Surrealism Genre: figurative painting

Wols

Wols

Kunsthalle Bremen bis 11 August. Wols, iLe fantôme bleu (Das blaue Phantom)/i, 1951brÖl, Grattage, Tuben- und Fingerabdrücke auf Leinwand, 73 x 60 cmbr Museum Ludwig, KölnbrFoto: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Kölnbr© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013

Kunsthalle Bremen bis 11 August. Wols, iLe fantôme bleu (Das blaue Phantom)/i, 1951brÖl, Grattage, Tuben- und Fingerabdrücke auf Leinwand, 73 x 60 cmbr Museum Ludwig, KölnbrFoto: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Kölnbr© VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2013

: Untitled Artist: Wols Style: Lyrical Abstraction Genre: abstract painting

: Untitled Artist: Wols Style: Lyrical Abstraction Genre: abstract painting

wols - blue grenade, 1946

wols - blue grenade, 1946

Wols, Untitled (Cathedral), c. 1945. Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (1913- 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols, Untitled (Cathedral), c. 1945. Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (1913- 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme movement.

Wols, ohne Titel (1947-48). Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme…

Wols, ohne Titel (1947-48). Wols was the pseudonym of Alfred Otto Wolfgang Schulze (May 27, 1913- September 1, 1951), a German painter and photographer predominantly active in France. Noted for his etchings and for his use of stains (taches) of color dabbed onto the canvas (as exemplified by his painting Composition, c. 1950), Wols pioneered a new style of expressive abstraction. Though unrecognized in his lifetime, he is considered one of the most influential artists of the Tachisme…

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