Women Singing II, De Kooning, 1966. Willem de Kooning (April 24, 1904 – March 19, 1997) was a Dutch American abstract expressionist artist. De Kooning painted in a style that came to be referred as Abstract Expressionism or Action painting.

Willem De Kooning Women Singing II 1966 Medium Oil on paper laid on canvas 914 x 610 mm Tate Presented by the artist through the American Federation of Arts 1970

Beautiful Examples of Abstract Expressionism Art Works (39)

40 Beautiful Examples of Abstract Expressionism Art Works

In this article we will be looking at beautiful examples of abstract expressionism to give you an idea what it is all about. To put it plainly, abstract expressionism can be defined as showing expressions and deep emotions using abstract imagery.

Abstract Artists International: "Orb I" Original Alcohol Ink Contemporary Abstract Cosmos, Geologic Abstract Painting by New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan

Abstract Artists International: "Orb I" Original Alcohol Ink Contemporary Abstract Cosmos, Geologic Abstract Painting by New Orleans Artist Lou Jordan Great colours and textures.

Modern Abstract Original Art -- Abstract Expressionism ----BTW, Please Visit: http://artcaffeine.imobileappsys.com

Modern Abstract Original Art -- Abstract Expressionism -- Contemporary Abstract Paintings - Black and Gold Rhythm -

“Tragedy, Ecstasy and Doom” – The Paintings Of Mark Rothko

“Tragedy, Ecstasy and Doom” – The Paintings Of Mark Rothko This is one of my favorite Rothko paintings because it's so vibrant and the complimentary Orange Red and Purple have a really positive vibe for me!

Luminous, watery tones : Cy Twombly's painting Hero and Leandro

Cy Twombly obituary

Mark Rothko - Saffron - 1957 - Artist XXème - Abstract Expressionism

Mark Rothko, Saffron, Yellow represents youth, happiness, sunshine this color can also be associated with being scared or feeling hungry.

ELEMENT LINE Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

Title: No. 5 Artist: Jackson Pollock, 1948 I find this piece intriguing because of Pollock's use of color and technique. While I may be a few million short, it is a goal in my life to own a Pollock original.

Albert Irvin, the painter, who has died aged 92, started out in the 1950s as a figurative artist of the kitchen sink school, but after discovering Willem de Kooning, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko at a famous Tate exhibition in 1956 he reinvented himself as an exponent of a dazzlingly vigorous abstract expressionism, becoming one of Britain’s most respected abstract artists.

Albert Irvin, artist - obituary

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