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RAOUL UBAC (Belgian / 1910-1985)

Raoul Ubac was one of the stable of artists of the prestigious Galerie Maeght. Raoul Ubac was born in Malmédy, Belgium. His real name was Rudolf Gustav Maria Ernst Ubach. Ubac's first ambition was to be a forest ranger, and his art is notable for its wish to integrate human beings into the wider natural world. Ubac studied engraving at Hayter's Atelier 17. Initially a member of the Surrealists, Raoul Ubac's art turned abstract under the influence of Jean Bazaine, and from the 1950s became ever more sculptural in its concerns and techniques.

See also:

JEAN RENÉ BAZAINE
ALFRED MANESSIER
ORLANDO PELAYO
EDUARDO CHILLIDA
PIERRE TAL-COAT

Selected prints by RAOUL UBAC

Routes, 1978
Lithograph
Travailler le sol, 1978
Lithograph
Pierre II, 1958
Lithograph

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