Armand Berton (1891-1944) was a renowned French artist renowned for his distinct avant-garde style. His works, which often featured vivid colors and abstract shapes, have been exhibited in galleries throughout Europe and the United States. His stylistic influences are believed to have come from Cubism, Fauvism, and Surrealism.
Some of his most notable works include Mood in Colors (1924), a colorful and abstract portraiture piece, A Vision of Nature (1929), a landscape painting of brightly colored circles, and The Artist's Garden (1938),
— Mei Wang
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