Art history blog by two art history grad students. Art objects spanning all of time and space.
Asger Jorn, The Barber and the Berger (Defiguration), 1962, Oil on found canvas.
Asger Jorn, Un Mime de Rein (ou presque), 1967.
Painting done in the tachisme style, which is characterized by non-geometrical abstraction created through random scribble-like motions.
Asger Jorn, Paris by Night (Defiguration), 1959.
Asger Jorn, Mater Profana, 1960, Oil on a found unfinished painting.
Asger Jorn, The Fisherman, 1962, Oil on found painted canvas.
Asper Jorn, Le Canard Inquiétant, “The Disturbed Duckling”, 1959, Oil on canvas of a found painting.
Asper Jorn, Euphorisme, 1970, Oil on canvas, Silkeborg.
Asper Jorn, Le Soldat et son Passé, 1957.
Early work by Asper Jorn, On the Silent Myth, Opus 4b, 1952.
Asger Jorn, Poussin, 1962.