Artwork, usually paintings, characterized by a simplified style, nonscientific perspective, and bold colors. The artists are generally not professionally trained. Henri Rousseau and Grandma Moses worked in this style. Also called Outsider Art. Naïve artworks are characteristically bright, colorful, with abundant space and generally depict a non-naturalistic vision of the artists imagination. Important artists include: Rousseau, Hirschfield, and Cook.