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Karel Appel was a Dutch painter, sculptor, & poet who was 1 of the founders of Cobra. The new art of the CoBrA-group was not popular in the Netherlands, but it found a warm welcome in Denmark. In Denmark CoBrA artists started cooperating by collectively painting the insides of houses, which encouraged and intensified the exchange of the typical 'childish' and spontaneous picture language used by the CoBrA group.
Karel Appel, was a Dutch painter, sculptor, and poet and founder of COBRA movement. He was one of its most enthusiastic exponents and his abstract expressive style significantly influenced the subsequent emergence of so-called informal art. His images show fanciful animal and human figures that combine aspects of fear with childlike innocence.
Karel Appel, Amsterdão / Holanda - pintura moderna e contemporânea
Untitled (1976), oil on canvas Two Heads (1964), gouache Fallen Wings (1991), oil on canvas Head (1979), oil on canvas Sunflowers (2000), oil on canvas Les Condamnés - Hommage à Rosenberg (1953) Nude (1995), oil on canvas Tête, oil on canvas Untitled (1957), oil on canvas The Storyteller (1983), oil on canvas Figures, acrylic on canvas Heads in Springtime (1989), acrylic on paper Man with love (1983), collage, oil and pastel on paper Orage annonciateur (1984), huile sur toile Tête de Soleil…