Julie Bar

1868 - 1930 Geneva, Switzerland

Zonder titel ‘De trein van de vogels’ | Untitled ‘The train of the birds’ 
Potlood op papier | Lead pencil on paper
22 x 18 cm
Zonder titel ‘De trein van de vogels’ | Untitled ‘The train of the birds’ Potlood op papier | Lead pencil on paper 22 x 18 cm
Julie Bar, Outsider Art Museum Zonder titel | Untitled
Potlood en kleurpotlood op papier | Lead pencil and colored pencils on paper
21 x 16 cm
Julie Bar, Outsider Art Museum Zonder titel | Untitled Potlood en kleurpotlood op papier | Lead pencil and colored pencils on paper 21 x 16 cm
Julie Bar - Outsider Art Museum Zonder titel ‘De trein van de vogels’ | Untitled ‘The train of the birds’ 
Potlood op papier | Lead pencil on paper
22 x 18 cm
Julie Bar - Outsider Art Museum Zonder titel ‘De trein van de vogels’ | Untitled ‘The train of the birds’ Potlood op papier | Lead pencil on paper 22 x 18 cm

Julie Bar. suffers from epilepsy and has a mental disability and is placed in a clinic at a very early age. Her surviving drawings date...

Julie Bar. suffers from epilepsy and has a mental disability and is placed in a clinic at a very early age. Her surviving drawings date from 1916 to 1930, the period when she was transferred to the private clinic of Bel-Air. Julie Bar. draws chiefly in lead pencil, in sketchbooks she fills entirely. Her works are organized according to a principle of reiteration: alone or in groups, the subjects (motifs, figures, animals) are repeated in identical fashion.