(1921 – 2021), Netherlands

Bram Bogart Biography

Bram Bogart (1921) is one of the artists of the 'Informel', the loosely knit aesthetic movement which produced a generation of painters in the early 1950s. The movement included such European artists as Alberto Burri in Italy, and Antonio Tàpies in Spain, whose textural canvasses distance them from their American counterparts, the Abstract Expressionists.

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From 1946 Bogart worked in Paris for a decade, a difficult time during which a typical reaction to his work (from a Dutch critic) was 'a form of rock and roll with paint in its most stupid manifestation'. However after his move to Belgium in 1959, Bogart's work became widely recognized. From the early 1960s onwards his canvasses are characterised by a new technique radiant with colour, light and optimism. Bogart became a Belgian citizen in 1969.

Bram Bogart Featured Artworks

Gris et Bleu by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Gris et Bleu, 1954 Mixed media
94.6 x 109.2 cm
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Rosaire by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Rosaire, 1994 Mixed media on wood
52.1 x 57.8 cm
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Hoef by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Hoef, 1964 Mixed media on wood
54.6 x 54.6 cm
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Sunday Morning by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Sunday Morning, 2007 Mixed media
139.7 x 137.2 cm
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Een Kleur by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Een Kleur, 2005 Mixed media on board
81.9 x 97.2 cm
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Rode Rouge by Bram Bogart contemporary artwork mixed media
Bram Bogart Rode Rouge, 2008 Mixed media on board
168 x 140 cm
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Bram Bogart Recent Exhibitions

Bram Bogart Represented By

White Cube contemporary art gallery in Mason's Yard, London, United Kingdom White Cube Aspen, Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris, West Palm Beach

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