Notes from 9/21 and 9/23
Notes from 9/21 and 9/23 ARTH 2110001
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marisa Abate on Saturday September 26, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 2110001 at University of North Carolina - Charlotte taught by Prof. Emerling in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 26 views. For similar materials see Contemporary Art History in Art History at University of North Carolina - Charlotte.
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Date Created: 09/26/15
Nina leen The irascibles 1951 abstract expressionim first american avant garde group participated in intese debates Pablo picasso Guernica 1937 Diego Siqueiros Collective suicide 1936 Willem de kooning Woman as a landscape19535 Maxim gorky garden in sochi 1941 Mark Rothko Antigone 1941 Pablo Picasso Les demoiselles d Avignon 1907 Adolph Gottlieb Evil omen 1946 Pictograph 1946 Black sun 1947 Groundscape 19546 AUTOGRAPHIC GESTRUE unquie gesture you can fling paint but you can tell who made it despite it being abstract Blast 1957 his gesture control shapes along with uncontrolled shapes ROthko Omen of the eagle 1942 ROthko subway scene 1938 Primeival landscape 1944 geologic reverie 1946 Marvelous Intersection 1948 HIS GESTURE Violet black orange yellow on white and red 1949 titles no longer alude to something else Orange and yellow 1957 Four darks in red 1958 Untitled 1951 Barnett Newman Pagan Void 1946 the slaying of osiris 1945 the command 1946 HIS GESTURE Onement l 1948 Vir heroicus Sublimus 19501 lines zips Romaticism Day one 19512 Caspar David Friedrich Monk by the sea 180910 most famous romantic painting
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