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Adolph Gottlieb Pictograph-Symbol Oil on canvas 1942

Adolph Gottlieb : Paintings

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Adolph Gottlieb Gottlieb was born in New York City in From 1920 to 1921 he studied at the Art Student.

Among Gottlieb’s most important works are those he called “Pictographs,” spanning most of the 1940s and into the 1950s. These feature open-ended symbols loosely arranged in a grid with no clear hierarchy or narrative. Gottlieb encouraged viewers to free-associate as a way of releasing their imaginations and accessing their subconscious selves. Adolph Gottlieb, American, 1903 – 1974, Pictograph, 1946/1947, watercolor heightened with white and gold, Gift of Ruth Cole Kainen, 2006

" Gottlieb encouraged viewers to free-associate, hoping to release their imaginations.

Adolph Gottlieb

'Pictogenic Fragments' by American artist Adolph Gottlieb Oil on canvas, x in. via Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

Adolph Gottlieb, Untitled Pictograph, ca. 1945

“ Adolph Gottlieb (American, Untitled (Pictograph), Pencil, ink and gouache on paper, x cm.

Adolph Gottlieb  gottlieb was inspired by jung and the collective unconscious.  i love jung and gottlieb as well.  his compartmentalization so cool, something i've always tried to integrate into my work but could never make it my own.  anyway...the dude was a master

Adolph Gottlieb gottlieb was inspired by jung and the collective unconscious.

Adolph Gottlieb's "Pictograph (Yellow and Purple)."

1930s Painters in de Kooning-Gorky Circle — Review

An exhibition at the Neuberger Museum in Westchester County highlights cross-pollination among American artists between the World Wars.

inneroptics:    Joan Miró, Collage-peinture (Collage-painting), 1934

igormaglica: “ Joan Miró Collage-peinture (Collage-painting), oil, gouache and collage on paper ”

“Romanesque Façade” (1949) by Adolph Gottlieb

Romanesque Facade, 1949 Adolph Gottlieb (United States, Oil on canvas 48 x 35 inches