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Willem de Kooning studio in East Hampton, Archetectual Digest, 1983

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Willem de Kooning art studio in East Hampton, Archetectual Digest, 1983 - wonderful inside and out

Willem De Kooning (1904‑1997)  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

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

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

de kooning in his studio / with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable / 1971 / photo dan budnik

De Kooning Paintings | Willem de Kooning Paintings Gallery in Chronological Order

1940 Seated Woman oil & charcoal on masonite x cm Philadelphia. Museum of Art © 2006 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Willem de Kooning / A Tree in Naples / 1960 / from the artist: “Just coming around roads, some place, and having the sensation of a piece of it, a piece of nature, like a fence, something on the road. … And I really get very elated by again looking, by again seeing that the sky is blue, that the grass is green.”

A Tree in Naples Willem de Kooning (American, born the Netherlands. Oil on canvas, 8 x 70 x cm). The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection. & 2012 The Willem de Kooning Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

An entry from no bliss of heavenly earth                              …

An entry from no bliss of heavenly earth

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Willem de Kooning ~ Door to the River ~ 1960 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x cm. ~ Whitney Museum of American Art, New York ~ © 2016 The Willem de Kooning Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Woman I by Willem de Kooning, Painted in 1952  When interviewed by a journalist he was asked how he felt about the fact that other painters were copying his work. he said" They don't have to paint the ugly ones."

Willem de Kooning - Woman - 1950 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York De Kooning's abstract expression of both delineated and inchoate femininity, Woman

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