Naive art wall Art, canvas prints & paintings
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The adjective naive was regularly used to describe painters of popular origin and self-taught who were followers of Henri Rousseau, also known as the Douanier Rousseau. The expression "naive art" was not consecrated until 1960 thanks to Anatole Jakovsky who, as early as 1949, used it in many of his works on this subject. This art is practised by artists who are not initiated into painting and who have not received academic training. The naive art movement is characterised by the non-respect of the rules established by the Academy. Indeed, naive artists question the notion of perspective, which they represent with distorted proportions. They paint popular subjects, landscapes, characters or even exotic animals, sometimes with a facility in the forms that recall children's drawings. It is because of this similarity that the movement is called "naive". The forms are exuberant and the colours are vivid, applied in flat tones. The great painters of naive art are Henri Rousseau, André Bauchant, Séraphine de Senlis, Emma Stern and Ferdinand Cheval.
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