Title Unknown (March on Washington)
Title Unknown (March on Washington) is an Abstract Expressionist Oil on Fiberboard Painting created by Norman Lewis in 1965. It lives at the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery in New York. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Abstract Art.
Wassily Kandinsky Artworks & Famous Paintings
Important art by Wassily Kandinsky with artwork analysis, influences, achievement, and overall contribution to the arts.
The Irascibles: Painters Against the Museum (New York, 1950)
The Irascibles: Painters Against the Museum (New York, 1950) - Artguide – Artforum International Hedda Sterne, NY, NY No. X, 1948 Tate, London. Presented by Clara Diament Sujo 2012 (T13861) © Hedda Sterne, VEGAP, Madrid, 2019
Head, 1913 - Pablo Picasso - WikiArt.org
I hate when I find an unfamiliar piece of art that I think might be the work of an intriguing new (to me) artist only to learn it's over a hundred years old by Picasso. Ok, whatever.
French artist Andre Lhote 1885-1962
Andre Lhote (French artist, 1885-1962) L'Escale 1913 André Lhote, a French sculptor & painter, also taught & wrote about art. Lhote lectured extensively in France as well as Belgium, England, Italy, Egypt, & Brazil. His work was awarded with the Grand Prix National de Peinture in 1955. In 1962, the UNESCO commission for sculpture appointed Lhote president of the International Association of Painters, Engravers, & Sculptors. Lhote died in Paris in 1962. Andre Lhote (French artist, 1885-1962)…
‘Perspex Group on Orange (B)’, Mary Martin, 1969 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Perspex Group on Orange (B)’, Mary Martin, 1969 on display at Tate Modern. This is one of a series of five works that Martin entitled Perspex Group on Orange. For each one she arranged seven pieces of Perspex in a different configuration, assembling them against a large orange square of the same material. The sizes of the different pieces are based on the Fibonacci series – a mathematical sequence in which each successive number is generated by adding together the two…