Just before their deaths, Gerson Leiber leaned toward his wife and said, "Sweetie, it’s time for us to go."
His work is very good.
Key West--Splash--Sunset, 2016, Watercolor, gouache and acrylic on Arches paper, 12 x 16 in. Courtesy Coral Springs Museum
Key West Sunset, 2016, by Steven J. Manolis Watercolor, gouache and acrylic on paper, 60 X 40 in. Flamingo 1832, 2016, Acrylic
Up close, one can differentiate between the drawing and the colored shadow that is projected by the paint onto the white
We all know Jackson, Mark and Willem. But what about Helen, Joan and Elaine?
MoMA's survey exhibition features large-scale paintings alongside his lesser-known lithographs and drawings.
Grace Hartigan, whose work played the range between abstraction and representation once told an interviewer: "Now as before it is the vulgar and the vital and the possibility of its transformation into the beautiful which continues to challenge and fascinate me."
Overall, how do you think the art world has changed from the time you created these works to when they're showing now? Self
What do you hope to communicate through your work? My work teeters between abstraction and representation but I would say
She would have been one of (if not the) youngest artists on the block, and by chance was likely the very first artist to live and work on 10th street.
Many people remember Kline because his large-scale zoomed-in gestures resonate at both four feet and hundreds of feet away. This has led to the view that his works are just big black-on-white gestures, akin to big details of a de Kooning.