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Wonderful portrayal of Claire, both regarding to features and attitude. Her spunk and her daring was partly what made her one of the Geniuses.

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Franz Kline, New York, 1953

- Foyer Art by Franz Kline In this piece Franz Kline captured "a dance" of painting. By applying black on white and then white on black, with hardware paint enamels he created an abstract art, full of vivid colours. 2 years before Abstract pursue, he was drawn to figurative and furniture drawings. It all changed when he visited his friend who introduced projector, an innovation back then, and Kline's mind changed. He now was able to project his drawings, more often done on yellow pages from…

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King Oliver, 1958. Franz Kline (1910-1962). Kline sought in the later 1950s to maintain a stylistic development. He was to introduce a full range of color. Some black-and-white paintings had already retained traces of sombre hues, but now Kline returned to the strident palette that he had largely eschewed since the later 1940s, as in the clashing green, red, and purples of King Oliver.

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The Trapeze, 1923 by Max Beckmann (German,1884-1950) http://onework.ru/wp-content/uploads/art/Beckmann,%20Max/Max%20Beckmann%20162.jpg

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Richard Diebenkorn. Interesting composition for RD, with the gray block at bottom linking it to his abstractions. He rarely tries to meld the two disparate genres that he works in, and I've always wondered why. Here, it's like he's saying, "See? My abstractions and figurations are really the same spatial and thematic process!" But are they? Does it work here, or look forced? Maybe that's why he rarely did it...

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– Torturm II, 1925 - Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe. Lyonel Feininger (1871–1956)

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Francis Bacon Painting Discover the coolest shows in New York at www.artexperience...

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Baselitz, Georg (1938- ) - 1986 Shepherd Head / Christie's New York, 2003) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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“ Robert Motherwell (1915-1991), Figure with Blots (1943), oil, ink, crayon, and pasted paper and Japanese paper on paperboard. ”

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