List of illustrations

  • Night Mirror
  • New York, N.Y.
  • Woman I
  • No. 1 (No. 18, 1948)
  • The Syrian Bull
  • Vir Heroicus Sublimis
  • 1946-H (Italian Red and Black)
  • Autumn Rhythm (Number 30)
  • The Stations of the Cross: First Station
  • Thrust
  • Elegy to the Spanish Republic XXXIV
  • View of David Smith Zig sculptures
  • Untitled (Little Image)
  • Apotheosis
  • Moon Woman Cuts the Circle
  • Pancho Villa, Dead and Alive
  • The Artist and His Mother
  • The Plow and the Song
  • Quarantania
  • Untitled
  • Portrait and a Dream
  • Untitled (formerly Self-Portrait)
  • Mirage, Bolton Landing
  • Royal Bird
  • Country Living (Bird of Peace)
  • Elaine and Willem de Kooning
  • Mumbo Jumbo
  • Black Friday
  • Broken Obelisk
  • The Eye Is the First Circle
Description: Reading Abstract Expressionism: Context and Critique
Despite continuing references in the scholarly and the popular press to the lasting artistic and cultural relevance of Abstract Expressionism, no comprehensive collection of essays related to this movement has been published since David and Cecile Shapiro’s Abstract Expressionism: A Critical Record and Clifford Ross’s Abstract Expressionism: Creators and Critics appeared in 1990...
PublisherYale University Press

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Description: Reading Abstract Expressionism: Context and Critique
Selected Bibliography
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Reading Abstract Expressionism: Context and Critique