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  • 1. ABSTRACTEXPRESSIONISM
  • 2. Clement Greenberg
  • 3. “All profoundly original art looks ugly at first”Clement Greenberg
  • 4. “ACTION PAINTING”
  • 5. Arshile Gorky
  • 6. “Art must always remain earnest... Art must be serious, no sarcasm, comedy. One does not laugh at a loved one.”Arshile Gorky
  • 7. Arshile GorkyThe Liver is the Cock’s Comb
  • 8. Willem DeKooning
  • 9. Willem DeKooning
  • 10. Willem DeKooning
  • 11. Jackson Pollock
  • 12. New needs need newtechniques. And themodern artists have foundnew ways and new meansof making theirstatements... the modernpainter cannot express thisage, the airplane, the atombomb, the radio, in the oldforms of the Renaissance orof any other past culture. Jackson Pollock
  • 13. “I amnature." Jackson Pollock
  • 14. Jackson Pollock She-Wolf
  • 15. Jackson Pollock Mural
  • 16. Jackson Pollock Mural
  • 17. Lee Krasner
  • 18. Lee Krasner
  • 19. Robert Motherwell
  • 20. Robert Motherwell
  • 21. Franz KlineMahoning, 1956
  • 22. Philip Guston
  • 23. Philip Guston
  • 24. Elaine DeKooningHarold Rosenberg
  • 25. Elaine DeKooning Bull
  • 26. “COLOR FIELD”
  • 27. Clyfford Still
  • 28. Mark Rothko
  • 29. “If our titles recall theknown myths of antiquity,we have used them againbecause they are theeternal symbols upon whichwe must fall back to expressbasic psychological ideas.” Mark Rothko
  • 30. Mark Rothko No 1
  • 31. Mark Rothko
  • 32. Mark Rothko
  • 33. Mark Rothko
  • 34. Mark Rothko
  • 35. Mark Rothko
  • 36. Mark Rothko
  • 37. Barnett Newman
  • 38. Barnett Newman
  • 39. Barnett Newman
  • 40. Ad Reinhardt
  • 41. Ad Reinhardt
  • 42. Ad Reinhardt
  • 43. David SmithPillar of Sunday
  • 44. David Smith
  • 45. Mark Di Suvero
  • 46. Mark Di Suvero
  • 47. John Chamberlain
  • 48. John Chamberlain
  • 49. John Chamberlain
  • 50. “Shadow boxes becomepoetic theaters orsettings wherein aremetamorphosed theelement of a childhoodpastime.”
  • 51. Joseph Cornell

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