Franz Kline - New York, New York, 1953. Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo. It was De Kooning who in 1949 borrowed a Bell Opticon projector to enlarge some of his own drawings. Offered the use of it, Kline took a small drawing of a favourite chair and projected this on to canvas on such a large scale that it completely overlapped the edges. He was fascinated to note that the design, in these circumstances, became completely abstract.  �

Franz Kline - New York, New York, 1953. Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo. It was De Kooning who in 1949 borrowed a Bell Opticon projector to enlarge some of his own drawings. Offered the use of it, Kline took a small drawing of a favourite chair and projected this on to canvas on such a large scale that it completely overlapped the edges. He was fascinated to note that the design, in these circumstances, became completely abstract. �

Beautiful abstract expressionist painting.Franz Kline: Blueberry Eyes, 1959-60 - oil on paperboard (Smithsonian)

Beautiful abstract expressionist painting.Franz Kline: Blueberry Eyes, 1959-60 - oil on paperboard (Smithsonian)

American artist Franz Kline (1910-1962) in his studio photographed by John Cohen. See black n white card below which looks similar.

Biography of Franz Kline

American artist Franz Kline (1910-1962) in his studio photographed by John Cohen. See black n white card below which looks similar.

Franz Kline. / I see a young woman wearing a black jacket with her arms wide will lots of wind blows fiercely

Franz Kline. / I see a young woman wearing a black jacket with her arms wide will lots of wind blows fiercely

Black, White, and Gray  Franz Kline  (American, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 1910–1962 New York City)  1959   Oil on canvas

Black, White, and Gray Franz Kline (American, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 1910–1962 New York City) 1959 Oil on canvas

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