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Us-France-Dubuffet Featured Le Havre, the City Rebuilt by Auguste Perret Print


Pedestrians admire 27 October 1972 a Jean Dubuffet sculpture at the Chase Manhattan Plaza in New York City. Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985) was born in Le Havre, France. He moved to Paris in 1918 to study painting at the Academie Julian, but after six months he left the Academie to study independently. In 1924, doubting the value of art, he stopped painting and took over his father's business selling wine. He took up painting again in the 1930s, but again stopped, only turning to art for good in 1942. Influenced by Hans Prinzhorn's book Artistry of the Mentally Ill, Dubuffet coined the term Art Brut for art produced by non-professionals working outside aesthetic norms, such as art by mental patients, prisoners, and children. Dubuffet sought to create an art as free from intellectual concerns of that as Art Brut, and his work often appears primitive and child-like. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO

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La Havre Featured Le Havre, the City Rebuilt by Auguste Perret Print

La Havre

circa 1890: Crowds gather in Le Havre, France to watch the departure of the La Savoire. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

17123, 3071339, Format, Landscape Black, Neg H Shi Merc La, No, Savoire, Transport Europe, White Vessel Ship Ferry Water

France-Ship Featured Le Havre, the City Rebuilt by Auguste Perret Print


The French prestigious ocean liner France is seen from the bridge of its ageing fleet mate Libert, leaving the port of Le Havre to Southampton for its first trip with passengers, in which French President Rene Coty, 7 January 1962. The France was a Compagnie Gnrale Transatlantique ocean liner, constructed by the Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard at Saint-Nazaire. Launched 11 May 1960, it was put into service in February 1961, combining regular transatlantic crossings - six days and nights - with winter cruises, as well as two world circumnavigations. The France was later renamed SS Norway and undertook mostly cruises for Norwegian Cruise Line. (Photo by - / AFP)