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Du·buf·fet

 (do͞o-bə-fā′, dü-bü-fĕ′), Jean 1901-1985.
French artist who championed art brut or "raw art," the work of untrained artists such as children, prisoners, or psychiatric patients with psychosis.
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Dubuffet

(French dybyfɛ)
n
(Biography) Jean (ʒɑ̃). 1901–85, French painter, inspired by graffiti and the untrained art of children and psychotics
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Du•buf•fet

(ˌdu bəˈfeɪ, ˌdyu-)

n.
Jean (zhä n), 1901–85, French painter.
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