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Find artworks by Joan Mitchell (American, 1925 - on MutualArt and find more works from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide. Joan Mitchell, Georges Mathieu, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Art, Art Walk, Art Moderne, Sculpture, Painting Inspiration, Painting & Drawing

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In honor of the Kunsthaus Bregenz's Joan Mitchell retrospective, which opens tomorrow in that Austrian city, we turn back to April when John Ashbery wrote about the work the American painter was making in Paris. Joan Mitchell, Franz Kline, Willem De Kooning, Vincent Van Gogh, Abstract Painters, Abstract Art, Monet, Lee Krasner, Female Painters
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electrichoney: “ “Mitchell worked primarily at night and rarely if ever painted from life. In order to prepare herself for painting, she might read poetry or listen to music. She worked in solitude,...

American Abstract Expressionist painter Grace Hartigan from LIFE magazine circa 1957 Joan Mitchell, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Picasso Paintings, Cy Twombly, New York Art, Art Moderne, Henri Matisse, Art Plastique
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A Studio of Her Own

The Abstract Expressionist Grace Hartigan battled with every canvas: ‘I beat it up and it beats back.’

American Abstract Expressionist painter Mary Abbott in her studio photographer unknown. via Huff Post Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline, Willem De Kooning, Jackson Pollock, Abstract Painters, Abstract Art, Avant Garde Artists, Picasso Paintings, Portraits
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Mary Abbott: Quintessential American

Mary Abbott fought the stigma of her Katherine Hepburn beauty, her Walden Pond heritage, and the 1940s and '50s era that catered to homemakers to become ...

Suzanne Valadon French painter and artists' model who posed for Degas, Steinlen, Renoir, and Toulouse-Lautrec. Mother of Maurice Utrillo She never revealed who the father was, though Picasso's Catalan friend Miquel Utrillo signed a paternity document. Pierre Auguste Renoir, Jean Renoir, Edgar Degas, Henri De Toulouse Lautrec, Claude Monet, Women In History, Art History, William Glackens, Maurice Utrillo
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Available for sale from Heather James Fine Art, Michael Corinne West, Cythera Shrine Oil on canvas, 74 × 48 in Abstract Painting Techniques, Abstract Painters, Art Techniques, Expressionist Artists, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Images, Abstract Art, Lovers Art, At Least
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11 Female Abstract Expressionists Who Are Not Helen Frankenthaler

Abstract Expressionism is largely remembered as a movement defined by the paint-slinging, hard-drinking machismo of its poster boys Jackson Pollock a...

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Jay DeFeo: Chancing the Ridiculous

Jay DeFeo: A Retrospective is on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art through February 3, 2013. It will be on view at the Whitney Museum of American Art from February 28 - June 2, 2013. Jay DeFeo, The Rose, 1958-66; oil with wood and mica on canvas; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of The Jay DeFeo Trust, Berkeley, CA, and purchase with funds from the Contemporary Painting and Sculpture Committee and the Judith Rothschild Foundation; © 2012 The Jay DeFeo Trust…

Sonia Gechtoff born 1926 Philadelphia USA is an American abstract expressionist painter Her primary medium is painting but she has also created dozens of Painter Photography, Free Photography, Expressionist Artists, Abstract Expressionism, Famous Artists, Great Artists, Female Painters, Abstract Painters, Women Life
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The Cool Revival: Sonia Gechtoff in San Francisco

Tough, straight-talking abstract painter Sonia Gechtoff is currently being rescued from ill-deserved obscurity, swept up in a wave of fervor for Abstract Expressionism sparked by MoMA's more narrowly selected show (up through Apr. 25). Gechtoff, though, got her start on the West Coast. She had the first solo show at Ferus Gallery in L.A. in 1957, was photographed by Hans Namuth, married the brilliant, under-known artist James Kelly and was once so angry she threw her inebriated lover, the…

Joan Mitchell Untitled 1959 Pastel, crayon, watercolor on paper. Joan Mitchell, Expressionist Artists, Abstract Expressionism, Tachisme, Art Archive, Abstract Paintings, Oil Paintings, Great Artists, Sketches

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Sonia Gechtoff, "The Angel" Oil on Canvas, 72 x 67 inches Bella Pacifica: Bay Area Abstraction, 1946 to 1963 - Exhibitions - David Nolan Gallery Richard Diebenkorn, Tamara Lempicka, Francoise Gilot, Lee Krasner, San Francisco Art, Abstract Painters, Abstract Art, New York Art, The Martian
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The Cool Revival: Sonia Gechtoff in San Francisco

Tough, straight-talking abstract painter Sonia Gechtoff is currently being rescued from ill-deserved obscurity, swept up in a wave of fervor for Abstract Expressionism sparked by MoMA's more narrowly selected show (up through Apr. 25). Gechtoff, though, got her start on the West Coast. She had the first solo show at Ferus Gallery in L.A. in 1957, was photographed by Hans Namuth, married the brilliant, under-known artist James Kelly and was once so angry she threw her inebriated lover, the…

Mary Abbott fought the stigma of her Katherine Hepburn beauty, her Walden Pond heritage, and the and era that catered to homemakers to become . Expressionist Artists, Image Types, Optical Illusions, Digital Image, Yorkie, Painting & Drawing, Oil On Canvas, Mary, Abstract
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Mary Abbott: Quintessential American

Mary Abbott fought the stigma of her Katherine Hepburn beauty, her Walden Pond heritage, and the 1940s and '50s era that catered to homemakers to become ...

Maurice Utrillo was a French painter who specialized in cityscapes. Utrillo was the son of the artist Suzanne Valadon (born Marie-Clémentine Valadon), who was then an eighteen-year-old artist's model. Portrait of Maurice Utrillo by Suzanne Valadon Renoir, Maurice Utrillo, L'art Du Portrait, Female Painters, Henri De Toulouse Lautrec, French Artists, Figure Painting, Art Day, Art History
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Suzanne Valadon

Maurice Utrillo, par Suzanne Valadon - Suzanne Valadon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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