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Collectors say the work, completed in 1966, will likely sell for much more: Mr. Johns's midcentury paintings of U.S. flags rarely come up at auction and the works are credited with helping art history move beyond Abstract Expressionism and into Pop art.
Sculpture seems weak and Abstract Expressionism is sketchily accounted for, although there ' s a first-rate David Smith sculpture, a terrific Hans Hofmann, and a splendid Adolph Gottlieb.
The postwar rise of Abstract Expressionism meant contemporary art had passed Picasso by.
Europe at the end of the war, and following the rise of Abstract Expressionism as a central artistic trend, the interest in Surrealism waned in the US.
Zissu collection of Abstract Expressionism, which was auctioned by Sothebys in a single owner sale in 2006.
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In this installment, we continue to learn about the Art Institute's European collection, specifically its Renaissance-era works, the varied collection of ancient Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art and artifacts, and begin to look at the new Modern Wing, starting with Abstract Expressionism.
Roman, Greek, and Egyptian art and artifacts, and begin to look at the new Modern Wing, starting with Abstract Expressionism.
Barry Schwabsky: Jack Tworkov's writings wrestle with the figures of Abstract Expressionism and his own lost illusions.
Slide 14: 1946 - 1960's Jackson Pollock Abstract Expressionism is a type Abstract Expressionism of art in which the artist expresses himself purely through the use of form and color.
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