5 facts about Bram van Velde

By Gwylym Owen

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Bram (Abraham Gerardus) van Velde (19 October 1895 – 28 December 1981) was a Dutch painter known for an terribly colored and geometric semi-representational painting style joined to Tachisme, and Lyrical Abstraction. He is often seen as fanatic of the School of Paris but his piece of legislation resides somewhere amid expressionism and surrealism, and evolved in the 1960s into an expressive abstract art. His paintings from the 1950s are same to the contemporary decree of Matisse, Picasso and the abstract expressionist Adolph Gottlieb. He was championed by a number of French-speaking writers, including Samuel Beckett and the poet André du Bouchet.

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