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Abstract Expresionism

An american art movement that developed in New York City following the Second World War, and featured forms not found in the natural world as a means of emotional expression. Abstract expresionist works were characterised by large canvases with uniform, unstructured coverings that projected power due to their scale. Leading figures in this movement include Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko and Clyfford Still.

Abstract Expresionism
Abstract Expresionism


A man who live among words

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