Style : Figurative

Figurative art describes artwork - particularly paintings - which are clearly derived from real object sources, and are therefore by definition representational. The term "figurative art" is often taken to mean art which represents the human figure, or even an animal figure, and, though this is often the case, it is not necessarily so: Since the arrival of abstract art the term figurative has been used to refer to any form of modern art that retains strong references to the real world.” Painting can therefore be divided into the categories of figurative and abstract, although, strictly speaking, abstract art is derived (or abstracted) from a figurative source. However, the term is usually used as a synonym for non-representational art and non-objective art, i.e. art which has no derivation from figures or objects.


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Nicolas Lavarenne

François Anton

Juarez Machado

Odile de Schwilgué

Jean Claude Allenbach (+)

Walter Barrientos

Victor Hasch (+)

Colette Hayoz

Jean-Marie Fondacaro

David  Kracov

Laurent  Bosio

Frédérique Fine

Yves Hayat

Sahra SAK

Catherine Biglietti

Laetitia Bonnici

Jerôme Saam

Laurence Morales

Roger MÜHL (+)

 Marie Octavie