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Jean Miotte (1926) is a French abstract painter, in the style known as L'Art Informel. His work is preserved and studied at the Miotte Foundation, which occupies the third floor of the Chelsea Art Museum in Manhattan, New York.  Miotte championed the individual freedom of the artist as expressed through gestural brushstrokes and thick pools of color.

The works of French abstract painter Jean Miotte (b. Paris) are associated with the art style known as L'Art Informel, which is often considered France's equivalent to America's Abstract Expressionism.

Francisco Goya

"Close Harmony" by Francisco Goya and Happy Birthday, Francisco! The Morgan Library & Museum's photo.