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Julie Buffalohead's diptych depicts several woodland creatures set against a blue monochromatic background. The painting on the left features a fox on its back holding two sticks. One has a female figure attached at the top, the other a white…

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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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In this painted landscape, George Morrison used layered brushstrokes, subdued colors, and textures to depict the shores of Lake Superior during the autumn season. The top third of the work is painted with gray and light blue pigment while the lower…

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While working in his studio in Grand Portage, MN, George Morrison created this colorful abstract of Lake Superior using thick strokes of paint. A horizon line appears a third of the way from the top of the work. Above this line the painting is…

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A part of George Morrison's Fragments series, this vertical collage pays homage to the artist's close friend, Franz Kline. Placing a picture of Kline's work near the bottom, Morrison stacked blocks of colored paper above and below the reproduction.…

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George Morrison created this three-paneled painting while teaching at Penn State University. Each panel flows into the other, with patterns of various green, lavender, orange and red patches continuing onto the adjoining board. The blocks of color…

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George Morrison completed this “one-shot” painting in a single sitting. The work is abstract and composed of blocks of color. Near the upper left corner, small squares of red, orange and pink overlap a large patch of yellow, which occupies the…

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This drawing reflects George Morrison’s interest in “action painting.” Using thick rapid strokes of paint, Morrison interwove large blocks of blue, pink, and white with thinner patches of black, creating a balanced composition of light and dark…

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In this watercolor by George Morrison, the artist painted a network of black vertical and horizontal lines against alternating strips of blue, green, and orange color. Producing what he called “little Cubistic sections” of varying rectangular and…