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Rene Magritte - The Big FamilyThe Big FamilyRene Magritte

The Large Family ('La Grande Famille') was created by Rene Magritte in 1963. At first glance, one immediately questions the appropriateness of the title for there is no image of a family, human or otherwise. However, that should not come as a surprise as Magritte was well-known to derive great pleas...

 
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Andy Warhol - Triple ElvisTriple ElvisAndy Warhol

In the early 1960s, Andy Warhol turned to celebrities like Marilyn Monroe, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Elizabeth Taylor as artistic subject matter. He produced several life-sized portraits of Elvis Presley, America’s most famous rock and roll singer and sex symbol throughout the 1950s. By 1963, when thi...

 
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Mark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz) - Blue and grayBlue and grayMark Rothko (Marcus Rothkowitz)

When asked about the 'grey and black' paintings, Rothko said, quite simply, that they were about death. They are desolate, empty images, but they also afford a richly ambiguous visual experience. Their landscape like qualities, with the black at the top — an Arctic wasteland under a vast and empty s...

National Gallery of Art (Washington, United States)
 
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Gerhard Richter - 1024 Colours1024 ColoursGerhard Richter

'Richter employs a systematic approach to the canvas in his color-chart-based painting 1024 Farben (1024 Colours). Superficially reminiscent of the neo-Dadaist, 1950s ''Hard Edge'' abstraction of Ellsworth Kelly, Richter chooses here to systematically paint squares of colors based on the predetermin...

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Fernando Botero Angulo - promenade dans les collinespromenade dans les collinesFernando Botero Angulo

The “strolling” priest is moving nowhere. He is not walking; he is, indeed, strolling in life. But even this is too much of a movement for him – he is rather standing like a plant. He doesn’t have active (creative) goals. He is as stationary as stationery. He is the stationery for the church hierarc...

 
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Gerhard Richter - CloudsCloudsGerhard Richter

'Clouds is an example of how Richter frequently alternates between realist and abstract styles in various series of work, as well as on a single canvas. In this instance, even the title bears an ambiguous relation to the entire composition. In the lower region of the canvas, for instance, Richter su...

 
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Andy Warhol - GotheGotheAndy Warhol

The 1980s saw Warhol return to the work of painters such as Sandro Botticelli as a source of inspiration. He first experimented with this in relation to Mona Lisa’s visit to New York in 1963, producing a variety of works based on Leonardo’s mysterious woman. This screenprint is based on a painting b...

The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts (London, United Kingdom)
 
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Gerhard Richter - Abstract PaintingAbstract PaintingGerhard Richter

'In 1976, Richter first employed the term ''Abstract Painting'' as a formal title for many of his works, such as this example. Cool tones of purple and blue create a hazy, shallow atmospheric perspective. The composition is structured with geometric shapes and lines that might at first appear as fra...

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