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Various Artists“Naïve art” has been with us since the 1800s, when untrained French artist Henri Rousseau employed bright colours, structural clarity and simplicity of composition in his stunning rhythmic images. Many formally trained British artists followed suit, most famously L.S.Lowry, seduced by the attractive results when so-called naïve effects and techniques were applied to their artwork. The genre became firmly established in Britain as one of the most interesting approaches to painting in the 20th century.
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