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Bram Bogart


After experimenting with geometrical motifs (circles and crosses) and with Japanese calligraphy, in the sixties the great turning point followed, when he started using a concrete-like slurry which was made with a.o. linseed oil, stand oil, colour pigments and mortar. Bram Bogart started to work in a purely abstract-expressionist way and he acquired prominence all over the world with his canvasses on which he put his paste in thick, rough layers.

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