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Néo-Réalisme


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A term applied to the work of a number of French painters of the 1930s who repudiated avant-garde art and practised a style of ‘poetic naturalism’. The painters embraced by the term include Jean Aujame (1905–65), Jean-Louis Boussingault, Maurice Brianchon (1899–1979), Charles Dufresne, André Dunoyer de Segonzac, Raymond Legueult (1898–1978), and Luc-Albert Moreau (1882–1948). There were ties of friendship among several of them, but they did not form a group or movement.

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