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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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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 abstract landscape of Lake Superior with broad strokes of bright colors. The upper half of the painting is colored red, while bands of dark blue, red, and purple form a horizontal strip across the canvas, about a quarter…

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George Morrison's lithograph flattens out the sculptural form of his large sculptures that he called "totems." Originally commissioned for the St. Paul Academy and Summit School as part of a fundraiser held in 1983, Morrison's print features a series…

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In this drawing, George Morrison uses red ink to form an abstract line drawing made of interconnected organic bands. Thin parallel lines shape each band.

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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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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…

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Through intense hatching and cross-hatching, George Morrison arranged various rounded patches of white, black, green, and brown around a central dark spiral.

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This drawing testifies to a time when George Morrison was creating works on paper that reflected his interest in the Cubist technique of breaking down landscape elements into sections. The drawing has a rectilinear cubist grid of horizontal and…