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Abstract Expressionism & the New York School

Abstract Expressionism, an introductionde Kooning, Woman IWillem de Kooning, Woman, I (from MoMA)How to paint like Willem de KooningHow to paint like Willem de Kooning - Part 2Barnett NewmanNewman's Onement I, 1948The Painting Techniques of Barnett NewmanRepresentation and abstraction: Millais's Ophelia and Newman's Vir Heroicus SublimisThe Case For Mark RothkoRothko, No. 210/No. 211 (Orange)Mark Rothko's No. 3/No. 13The Painting Techniques of Mark RothkoRestoring RothkoWhy is that important? Looking at Jackson PollockThe Painting Techniques of Jackson PollockThe Case for Jackson PollockJackson Pollock, MuralPaint Application Studies of Jackson Pollock's Mural"One: Number 31, 1950" by Jackson Pollock, 1950 | MoMA EducationLee Krasner, UntitledRobert Motherwell, Elegy to the Spanish Republic No. 57Franz KlineThe Painting Techniques of Franz Kline
The Impact of Abstract ExpressionismJasper Johns, FlagRobert Rauschenberg, CanyonRobert Rauschenberg, BedEd Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz Useful Art #5: The Western Hotel, 1992Ad Reinhardt, Abstract PaintingAd ReinhardtThe Painting Techniques of Ad ReinhardtHelen Frankenthaler, Mountains and SeaHelen Frankenthaler, The BayFrank Stella, The Marriage of Reason and Squalor

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Brought to you by Smarthistory. After WWII, Pollock, de Kooning, Rothko and other abstract artists reinvented painting.