Born in Le Havre of France, Dubuffet studied painting in Paris in 1918. He is a French painter and sculptor, one of the major artists of School of Paris after World War II. His creation is characterized by separating from observation habits and cultural conditions, breaking the orthodox performance rules and oil painting skills. He used different methods to create a variety of styles. Dubuffet has developed his own style at the end of 1940s, known as native art or Tachism, and later turned to sculpture creation. He has reached the peak of art in 1962 with L-Hourloupe style.