Tag : Peter Paul Rubens

Naive

Naive

First published in The Guardian, 20 August 2014   Naive Art, also known as Outsider or Primitive Art, is a label used to describe untrained, self-taught artists whose work is filled with awkward technical “deficiencies”. It seems weird but the most famous of these “naive” artists, Henri Rousseau, was championed by people like Picasso and […]

The Art Doctor

The Art Doctor

First published in guardian.co.uk on 31st Aug 2011