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"There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about." - Helen Frankenthaler

"There are no rules. That is how art is born, how breakthroughs happen. Go against the rules or ignore the rules. That is what invention is about." - Helen Frankenthaler (American abstract expressionist painter) pictured in her studio, ~Via Mrs Dixie

Helen Frankenthaler - Helen Frankenthaler 1928–2011 Nationality: American (b New York, 12 Dec. 1928). American painter, an important figure in the transition from Abstract Expressionism to Colour Field Painting. In her early work she was influenced by Jackson Pollock and she developed his drip technique by pouring and running very thin paint—like washes of watercolour—onto canvases laid on the floor - from www.bbc.co.uk/...

Helen Frankenthaler (American Saturn, My favorite artist of all time.

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Helen Frankenthaler: Blue Atmosphere, 1963. Love the colors "bleeding" into one another.

Helen Frankenthaler ~ Blue Atmosphere, 1963 acrylic x

'Blue Reach' (1974) by American abstract expressionist painter Helen Frankenthaler (1928-2011). Acrylic on canvas, 59 x 177 1/2 in. via Ameringer | McEnery | Yohe

'Blue Reach' by American abstract expressionist painter Helen Frankenthaler Acrylic on canvas, 59 x 177

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Helen Frankenthaler, Geisha, 23 color Ukiyo-e woodcut, 38 x 26 inches, Edition of 50

Helen Frankenthaler, ca. 1956                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Watery Goodness

"Work & Play" : Helen Frankenthaler American abstract expressionist painter and artist Helen Frankenthaler sitting amidst her art in her New York City studio. Photographed by Gordon Parks for LIFE magazine ca.

Helen Frankenthaler, Orange Lozenge. Great division of space; exploration of a color framed by neutrals and complentary pop.

Helen Frankenthaler, Orange Lozenge, acryllic on canvas, 47 x 32 in.

Alloy, Helen Frankenthaler  I can't get enough of her work, these colors and use of negative space bouncing back and forth between forms are fantastic.

alloy by helen frankenthaler 1967

Lee Krasner (1908-1984), Untitled, 1972. Lee Krasner was an influential American abstract expressionist painter in the second half of the 20th century. On October 25, 1945, she married artist Jackson Pollock, who was also influential in the abstract expressionism movement.

hyperallergic: Pioneering Abstract Artist Helen Frankenthaler Dies at 83

A crew installing Helen Frankenthaler’s painting 'Guiding Red', 1977

Photographed by Andre Emmerich a crew installing American artist Helen Frankenthaler’s painting 'Guiding Red' in the mezzanine of the World Trade Center II 19 x 12 cm. source: Smithsonian Archives of American Art.

Helen Frankenthaler                                                                                                                                                                                 More

confront: Helen Frankenthaler, Untitled, 1965 via primary-yellow

screen monoprinting 01 Helen Terry

Experimentation

screen monoprinting 01 Helen Terry : Helen works with textiles, stitches and mark making.

ButtonArtMuseum.com - Modern Times, Helen Gordon - link DOES NOT take you to site - just to a page of ads

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Modern Times, Helen Gordon - link DOES NOT take you to site - just to a page of…

Dear Judith Bernstock, You were one of my favorite Art History professors at Cornell. Mainly because until I took your class, all the art history I’d studied consisted of staring at Greek vas…

RIP : Hommegirl Helen Frankenthaler

I'm not a person in this dream - I'm a place: Painter Helen Frankenthaler Uses Slippered Feet to Create an Abstract Expressionist Painting, 1957

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