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In this drawing, Patrick DesJarlait depicts a Native American man and woman drying corn. The two figures are placed in the center of the drawing, with the man standing over the kneeling woman. The woman's gaze is cast downwards, towards the string of…

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George Morrison produced this drawing at the time he was making his large wood collages. This piece has a collage feel where each element is contained but connected. Morrison used thin lines to form the wavy and straight-edged shapes depicted in the…

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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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This abstract drawing by George Morrison depicts as series of spontaneous brushstrokes. Throughout the work, thin jagged lines of black paint overlap thick grey strokes.

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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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George Morrison painted this abstract drawing during his stay in Provincetown, MA. The work depicts paint strokes of varying sizes and degrees of thickness, with black paint overlapping grey strokes.

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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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George Morrison’s drawing reflects his love for bebop jazz. Superimposed over a linear grid of vertical grey and white strips, abstract black lines and shapes create a pattern of connecting figures.

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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…

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While renting a villa in the south of France, Morrison painted this abstracted composition reminiscent of Roman artifacts. An assembled multicolored wine jug as well as a gray, stylized avain shape appear near the bottom left corner while curved and…