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  • How The Last Monet Inspired American Abstract Expressionists
    How The Last Monet Inspired American Abstract...

    Friday, May 4 2018

    Among the most memorable and well-known works ever created by Claude Monet , the great co-founder of French Impressionism, are his Water Lilies. Yet what many fans of Impressionism may not realize is the connection that exists between Monet and...

  • The Great Patrick Heron and his Impact on Post-War Abstract Art - At Tate St. Ives
    The Great Patrick Heron and his Impact on...

    Wednesday, May 2 2018

    Later this month, a retrospective of the work of the brilliant British abstract painter Patrick Heron will open at the Tate St. Ives. It will be a homecoming for the artist in more ways than one. Heron lived, worked, and in 1999 died, in this...

  • Can Robert Motherwell’s “At Five in the Afternoon” Break New Sales Records?
    Can Robert Motherwell’s “At Five in...

    Monday, April 30 2018

    Robert Motherwell’s At Five in the Afternoon may be the most meaningful painting the artist made. In fact, an argument could be made that the painting is the most important Abstract Expressionist work ever painted. Its importance has...

  • 10 Textile Pieces from the Sheila Hicks Exhibition at Centre Pompidou Paris
    10 Textile Pieces from the Sheila Hicks...

    Friday, April 27 2018

    As a major Sheila Hicks retrospective at Centre Pompidou in Paris comes to an end this week, we are reminded once again of the sheer power of the oeuvre this influential artist has created, and of the enormous impact Hicks has had on the...