Hans Arp was a German-French artist who was born in 1886. He is best known for his artworks that incorporate chance and spontaneity. Arp was a founding member of the Dada movement, and he also worked with other Surrealist artists. He developed a unique style that combined elements of Cubism, Surrealism, and Abstract Expressionism. Arp's work includes paintings, sculptures, collages, and prints. His art explores themes of chance, chance encounters, and the relationship between art and nature. Arp believed that art should be expressive and spontaneous, and he often used found objects in his work. He died in 1966, but his legacy continues to inspire artists today.