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Dan Christensen Untitled, 1969 (Enamel and acrylic on canvas, 57 x 56 inches)

Color-in-itself contrast, academic year 1954–55 Lecturer: Johannes Itten Student: unknown Photo: HfG Archive

Color-in-itself contrast, academic year Lecturer: Johannes Itten Student: unknown Photo: HfG Archive

Color Series 8-71 by John Opper. His career encapsulates much of what transpired in advanced American art in the middle decades of the 20th century. He joined the easel division of the W.P.A., switched from realism to abstraction, helped to found the American Abstract Artists group, had his first New York solo show the next year, wrestled some more with the realist-abstractionist issue, and then, by the 1950's, became a New York School-style gestural painter. (New York Times)

Color Series 8-71 by John Opper. His career encapsulates much of what transpired in advanced American art in the middle decades of the 20th century. He joined the easel division of the W.P.A., switched from realism to abstraction, helped to found the American Abstract Artists group, had his first New York solo show the next year, wrestled some more with the realist-abstractionist issue, and then, by the 1950's, became a New York School-style gestural painter. (New York Times)

Rey-A-Day#160, Outbushing Jack Bush, 24x24, acrylic on canvas, June 12/10 -- edith dora rey

Rey-A-Day#160, Outbushing Jack Bush, 24x24, acrylic on canvas, June 12/10 Original art painting by edith dora rey - DailyPainters.com

Lezlie Tilley. Portion #1, #2, #3, #4 | Brenda May Gallery Sydney 2008 acrylic on camvas 30.5.x.30.5cm

Lezlie Tilley, 'Portion acrylic on canvas - four pieces, x each

Post-Painterly Abstract painters so thinned their paint that they stained it into the weave of their raw canvases, letting colours bleed and leaving edges soft. Jack Bush, “Sea Deep,” 1965, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2015).

Post-Painterly Abstract painters so thinned their paint that they stained it into the weave of their raw canvases, letting colours bleed and leaving edges soft. Jack Bush, “Sea Deep,” Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC

STEVEN ALEXANDER JOURNAL: Julie Gross

STEVEN ALEXANDER JOURNAL: Julie Gross

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