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Lecture 6: The New York School comes of age with the mature work of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and Willem de Kooning. We also discuss the 'second generation' artists such as Joan Mitchell and …

Lecture 6: The New York School comes of age with the mature work of Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, and Willem de Kooning. We also discuss the 'second generation' artists such as Joan Mitchell and Morriss Lewis. A strong focus on expressive brushwork, personal emotion and the underlying tenets of existentialist thought is on full display. Clement Greenberg's thoughts on the inherent flatness of the picture plane also exert a strong influence. The work should also be seen in the context of the Cold War and 'soft power'.

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  • 1. Abstract Expressionism 1945-1960
  • 2. Jackson Pollock, Stenographic Figure , 1942
  • 3. Jackson Pollock, Mural , 1943
  • 4. Jackson Pollock, The Key , 1946
  • 5. Jackson Pollock, Shimmering Substance , 1947
  • 6. Jackson Pollock, Cathedral , 1947
  • 7. Jackson Pollock, Autumn Rhythm (No. 30) , 1950
  • 8. Jackson Pollock, Blue Poles (No. 11) , 1952
  • 9. Jackson Pollock, Detail
  • 10. Hans Namuth, Jackson Pollock '51
  • 11. View of Pollock's Paintings at the MOMA
  • 12. Mark Rothko, Entrance to Subway , 1938
  • 13. Mark Rothko, Underground Fantasy , 1940
  • 14. Mark Rothko, Swirl at the Edge of the Sea , 1944
  • 15. Mark Rothko, No. 22 , 1949
  • 16. Mark Rothko, No. 61 , 1953
  • 17. Mark Rothko, Seagram's Mural Section 4 , 1958
  • 18. Mark Rothko, Seagram's Mural Section 3 , 1959
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  • 20. Willam de Kooning, Seated Woman , 1940
  • 21. Willam de Kooning, Pink Angels , 1945
  • 22. Willam de Kooning, Excavation , 1950
  • 23. Willam de Kooning, Woman 1 , 1952
  • 24. Willam de Kooning, Woman and Bicycle , 1952-3
  • 25. Willam de Kooning, Gotham News , 1958
  • 26. Philip Guston, Conspirators , 1932
  • 27. Philip Guston, The Porch II , 1947
  • 28. Philip Guston, The Tormentors , 1947-48
  • 29. Philip Guston, Painting No. 6 , 1951
  • 30. Philip Guston, Voyage , 1956
  • 31. David Smith, Construction with Fulcrum , 1936
  • 32. David Smith, Helmholtzian Landscape , 1946
  • 33. David Smith, Hudson River Landscape , 1946
  • 34. Joan Mitchell, Untitled , 1956
  • 35. Joan Mitchell, Lady Bug , 1957
  • 36. Joan Mitchell, Untitled , 1959
  • 37. Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea , 1952
  • 38. Helen Frankenthaler, Lorelei , 1957
  • 39. Morris Louis, Tet , 1958
  • 40. Sam Francis, Middle Blue , 1957
  • 41. Kenneth Noland, Beginning , 1958

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