JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

b. 1913 in Constantine, DZ – 1960 in Paris, FR

b. 1913 in Constantine, DZA – 1960 in Paris, FR

   b. 1913 in Constantine, DZA – 1960 in Paris, FR

b. 1913 in Constantine, DZA – 1960 in Paris, FR

b. 1913 in Constantine, DZA – 1960 in Paris, FR

Jean-Michel Atlan, 1957, Untitled, Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1957
Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm 

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1957
Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm 

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1957
Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm 

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1957
Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm 

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1957
Oil on canvas, 130 x 81 cm 

Jean-Michel Atlan, Untitled, 1959, Oil on canvas, 65 x 46cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1959
Oil on canvas
65 x 46 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1959
Oil on canvas
65 x 46 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1959
Oil on canvas
65 x 46 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1959
Oil on canvas
65 x 46 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1959
Oil on canvas
65 x 46 cm

Jean-Michel Atlan, 1958, Zenith, Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Zénith, 1958
Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm 
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Zénith, 1958
Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm 
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Zénith, 1958
Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm 
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Zénith, 1958
Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm 
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Zénith, 1958
Oil on canvas, 116 x 73 cm 
Jean-Michel Atlan, Untitled, 1956, Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1956
Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1956
Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1956
Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1956
Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN
Untitled, 1956
Oil on burlap, 81 x 130 cm

JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

Jean-Michel Atlan left behind an expressive oeuvre with great power of poetic and pictorial expression. As an essential and unique element of the Parisian art scene of the immediate post-war period and “les abstraits”, he shared his particular interest in poetry, literature and philosophy, during salons in his Paris studio together with Francis Picabia. The "Titan of modern art" testified not only to his ability to use a variety of classical materials (ink, tempera, oil on canvas or pastel), but also to his mastery of light and colour and an outstanding expression between abstraction and object. From his early drawings, which recall the beginnings of Japanese calligraphy (Sumiye), to his abstract paintings and lyrical abstractions, Atlan always focused on one goal: to bring his forms to life.
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

Jean-Michel Atlan left behind an expressive oeuvre with great power of poetic and pictorial expression. As an essential and unique element of the Parisian art scene of the immediate post-war period and “les abstraits”, he shared his particular interest in poetry, literature and philosophy, during salons in his Paris studio together with Francis Picabia. The "Titan of modern art" testified not only to his ability to use a variety of classical materials (ink, tempera, oil on canvas or pastel), but also to his mastery of light and colour and an outstanding expression between abstraction and object. From his early drawings, which recall the beginnings of Japanese calligraphy (Sumiye), to his abstract paintings and lyrical abstractions, Atlan always focused on one goal: to bring his forms to life.
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

Jean-Michel Atlan left behind an expressive oeuvre with great power of poetic and pictorial expression. As an essential and unique element of the Parisian art scene of the immediate post-war period and “les abstraits”, he shared his particular interest in poetry, literature and philosophy, during salons in his Paris studio together with Francis Picabia. The "Titan of modern art" testified not only to his ability to use a variety of classical materials (ink, tempera, oil on canvas or pastel), but also to his mastery of light and colour and an outstanding expression between abstraction and object. From his early drawings, which recall the beginnings of Japanese calligraphy (Sumiye), to his abstract paintings and lyrical abstractions, Atlan always focused on one goal: to bring his forms to life.
JEAN-MICHEL ATLAN

Jean-Michel Atlan left behind an expressive oeuvre with great power of poetic and pictorial expression. As an essential and unique element of the Parisian art scene of the immediate post-war period and “les abstraits”, he shared his particular interest in poetry, literature and philosophy, during salons in his Paris studio together with Francis Picabia. The "Titan of modern art" testified not only to his ability to use a variety of classical materials (ink, tempera, oil on canvas or pastel), but also to his mastery of light and colour and an outstanding expression between abstraction and object. From his early drawings, which recall the beginnings of Japanese calligraphy (Sumiye), to his abstract paintings and lyrical abstractions, Atlan always focused on one goal: to bring his forms to life.
Jean-Michel Atlan left behind an expressive oeuvre with great power of poetic and pictorial expression. As an essential and unique element of the Parisian art scene of the immediate post-war period and “les abstraits”, he shared his particular interest in poetry, literature and philosophy, during salons in his Paris studio together with Francis Picabia. The "Titan of modern art" testified not only to his ability to use a variety of classical materials (ink, tempera, oil on canvas or pastel), but also to his mastery of light and colour and an outstanding expression between abstraction and object. From his early drawings, which recall the beginnings of Japanese calligraphy (Sumiye), to his abstract paintings and lyrical abstractions, Atlan always focused on one goal: to bring his forms to life.