Did you know that Jean Dubuffet's 'Hourloupes' started as a doodle? --
In 1962, Dubuffet was on the phone and made some doodles with a ballpoint. It was a eureka moment: these interlocking forms with linear shading grew to be a vast body of work known as 'Hourloupes', which would occupy Dubuffet for the rest of his life. -- Image: Jean Dubuffet, Etre et Paraitre, 1963 (c) ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2017. ---------
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  • waddingtoncustotDid you know that Jean Dubuffet's 'Hourloupes' started as a doodle? --
    In 1962, Dubuffet was on the phone and made some doodles with a ballpoint. It was a eureka moment: these interlocking forms with linear shading grew to be a vast body of work known as 'Hourloupes', which would occupy Dubuffet for the rest of his life. -- Image: Jean Dubuffet, Etre et Paraitre, 1963 (c) ADAGP, Paris and DACS, London 2017. ---------
    #jeandubuffet #dubuffet #hourloupes #modern #art @christiesinc #christies

  • kewpiedollyYes !! 🌺🌺🌺🌸🌸🌸🦋🦋🦋👈
  • orozco46#whereswaldo
  • gemsandladdersSo beautiful, “L’Hourloupe" is his longest and most original work. Did you know that one of this figures created by Dubuffet is recreated in an art-jewellery piece entitled “Le Boute en Train”? Check out the art jewellery piece via link in bio!
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