10/13/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/125896?locale=en Le Tricorne is a pochoir by Pablo Picasso, a Spanish artist. This piece depicts a figure dressed in a formal attire, who seems to have his/her arms in motion. This piece interests me because it's from a collection of costume designs for a ballet that Picasso designed himself.
10/13/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/79562?locale=en Male Model by the French artist Henri Matisse depicts a stationary figure through a slightly abstract form. I like this piece because Matisse used correct proportions while interpreting the subject in his own way.
10/7/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/97320?locale=en This painting, Untiltled (Die Burg), is by the German artist Thomas Schütte. In his piece, Schütte uses the complementary colors blue and orange to create contrast between the edge of the window and the outside. This piece interests me because the subject is very simplistic, but through texture the piece as a whole becomes more complicated.
10/7/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/60229?locale=en This Lithograph, Big Red Wrench, is by the American Artist Jim Dine. In the positive space Dine uses Warm colors, while in the negative space he uses cool colors to create contrast between the subject and the background. This piece interests me because of its unique subject matter, a pipe wrench. I also like how the piece appears to be spray painted.