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Clyfford Still - 1957 - untitled “I never wanted color to be color. I never wanted texture to be texture, or images to become shapes. I wanted them all to fuse together into a living spirit.” - Clyfford Still      “Still makes the rest of us look academic.”   Jackson Pollock    “When I first saw a 1948 painting of Still’s … I was impressed as never before by how estranging and upsetting genuine originality in art can be.”   Clement Greenberg, art critic

Clyfford Still - 1957 - untitled “I never wanted color to be color. I never wanted texture to be texture, or images to become shapes. I wanted them all to fuse together into a living spirit.” - Clyfford Still “Still makes the rest of us look academic.” Jackson Pollock “When I first saw a 1948 painting of Still’s … I was impressed as never before by how estranging and upsetting genuine originality in art can be.” Clement Greenberg, art critic

Artist Spotlight: Robert Motherwell: Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 126, by Robert Motherwell

Artist Spotlight: Robert Motherwell

Artist Spotlight: Robert Motherwell: Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 126, by Robert Motherwell

Clifford Still. I like the way the tan looks like a curtain, and the red/gold/pink blobs almost look like people sitting at a gathering.

Clifford Still. I like the way the tan looks like a curtain, and the red/gold/pink blobs almost look like people sitting at a gathering.

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