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New York in the 1940s

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New York proves to be the perfect incubator of the art movements born before, during, and after WWII.

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New York in the 1940s

  1. 1. New York In the Forties
  2. 2. George Bellows, Cliff Dwellers, 1913
  3. 3. Robert Henri, Dutch Joe, 1910
  4. 4. John Sloan, 6th Ave. Elevated at 3rd St, 1928
  5. 5. Edward Hopper, Nighthawks, 1942
  6. 6. Jacob Lawrence, Pool Parlor, 1942
  7. 7. Stuart Davis, Lucky Strike, 1924
  8. 8. Stuart Davis, Mellow Pad, 1945-51
  9. 9. Joseph Cornell, Great Horned Owl, 1942
  10. 10. Arshile Gorky, Self-Portrait with Mother, 1926-36
  11. 11. Arshile Gorky, The Liver is the Cocks Comb, 1944
  12. 12. Hans Hoffman, Fantasia, 1943
  13. 13. Willam de Kooning, Seated Woman, 1940
  14. 14. Willam de Kooning, Pink Angels, 1945
  15. 15. Franz Kline, Chief, 1950
  16. 16. David Smith, Construction with Fulcrum, 1936
  17. 17. Isamu Nogushi, Kouros, 1944
  18. 18. Jackson Pollock, Stenographic Figure, 1942
  19. 19. Jackson Pollock, Mural, 1943
  20. 20. Jackson Pollock, Shimmering Substance, 1947
  21. 21. The Irascibles, Photo by Nina Leen, 1950

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