David Salle, American (b.1952)_ Neo-expressionist painter David Salle gained prominence in the 1980s as a leader in the return to figuration, along with contemporaries Julian Schnabel, Francesco Clemente, Eric Fischl, and Jean-Michel Basquiat. He is well known for his large-scale canvases featuring a sparse, seemingly disjunctive arrangement of elements, often including provocatively posed women and nudes
Guillaume Corneille Nu Vert Et L'Oiseau.. Corneille, stage name of Cornelis van Beverloo. He studied in Amsterdam, though in reality, he was considered self-taught. In 1948 he joined the group Cobra. In 1950 he traveled to Paris where he became friends with Karel Appel. He developed a style of expressive abstraction. His work shows the influence of Picasso and Miró.
David Salle (Norman, Oklahoma, 1952) es un pintor estadounidense. Se le ha adscrito a diversas tendencias del arte postmoderno norteamericano, como el Neoexpresionismo, el Simulacionismo, el Bad painting o la New Image Painting.