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  • Tags: Abstract

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In Philip Guston's drawing are simple line drawings of three large circular shapes across the middle of the drawing, a tall cylindrical form on the right, and a smaller cylinder shape in below the circular shapes.

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Adolph Gottlieb's print features two overlapping red shapes against a green background. Gottlieb placed the darker red circle near the top of the print and surrounded this shape with a ring of light red. Directly below, the artist included a patch of…

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This print by Emma Amos portrays a young woman in a red skirt and red shirt with green stripes. The girl is positioned in a dynamic pose, standing on one leg with her other bent at the knee. Her upper torso is curved forward and her arms are…

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Five pieces of painted mat board are joined together in Herbert Bayer's abstract sculpture. Four of the five pieces are crescent shapes in primary colors: black, yellow, red, and blue. All are connected to the central circular blue mat, which has a…

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George Morrison created this abstract illustration of Lake Superior as part of a group of four acrylic and pastel drawings. Using gestural strokes of chalk and paint to compose the landscape, Morrison colored the top quarter of the work with muted…

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Created for a show at St. Paul's Minnesota Museum of Art and Duluth's Tweed Gallery, George Morrison's landscape of Lake Superior is part of a group of four drawings. Similar to the other three in the series, the work is colored with a minimal…

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George Morrison created this nocturne landscape of Lake Superior by combining pastels with acrylic paint. One in a series of four, the pastel is nearly monochromatic in color. A horizon line is visible a quarter of the way down from the top, while a…

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One in a series of four pastel drawings by George Morrison, this abstract landscape of Lake Superior is covered in layers of green and orange colors and dusted with purple pastels. A horizontal line is drawn across the page a quarter of the way down…

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This black and white print by George Morrison is reminiscent of the artist's wood collages. Wood blocks of varying sizes are arranged within a rectangular border. Each block resembles the lines of wood grain.

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This line drawing by George Morrison depicts a series of abstracted forms arranged randomly on the page. These elegant shapes were made with a French curve, a drafting tool that produces scrolling lines and shapes. Crisp, precise, and monochromatic,…