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  • Part One: Abstract Expressionism

  • AbstractExpressionism

  • Pop Art

  • Jackson Pollock

  • Autumn Rhythm, 1950

  • Jackson PollockEyes in the Heat1946

  • Lavender Mist, 1950

  • Lavender Mist, 1950

  • Jackson Pollock, Greyed Rainbow, 1953

  • Blue Poles, 1952

  • Willem de Kooning19041997

  • Willem de Kooning, Excavation, 1950

  • Willem de KooningWoman I 1950-52

  • Willem de Kooning Woman II1953

  • Willem de Kooning Woman IV 1952-53

  • Willem de Kooning Woman V 1952-53

  • Willem de Kooning Woman and Bicycle 1953

  • Action Painters such as Jackson Pollock wished to portray paint texture and the movement of the artists hand, showing evidence of the act of painting.Color Field painters such as Mark Rothko were concerned with color and shape in order to create peaceful and spiritual paintings with no representative subject matter. Both groups shared a common goal though: to express emotion.

  • Color FieldPaintersMark Rothko Helen Frankenthaler

  • Mark Rothko

  • Mark Rothko 1947

  • Mark Rothko 1948

  • Mark Rothko 1949

  • Mark RothkoWhite Center1950

  • Mark RothkoNumber 10

  • Mark RothkoUntitled, 1957

  • Mark RothkoUntitled, 1949

  • Mark RothkoViolet, Green, and Red1951

  • Mark RothkoRed, Yellow, Black on White1967

  • Mark RothkoOrange and Yellow

  • "the people who weep before my paintings are having the same religious experience I had when I painted them." -Mark Rothko

  • Mark RothkoBright Blue, Brown, and Blue on Wine1962

  • Helen Frankenthaler

  • Helen Frankenthaler, Mountains and Sea, 1952

  • Helen FrankenthalerHanging Garden

  • Pop Art

  • Andy Warhol1928-1987

  • Andy Warhol, 200 Cans of Soup, 1962

  • Andy WarholCoca-Cola1962

  • Andy WarholMarilyn Monroe Diptych, 1962

  • Andy WarholBrillo Box1968

  • Robert Indiana

  • Robert IndianaThe American Dream1961

  • Robert IndianaThe Figure 51963

  • Roy Lichtenstein

  • Roy LichtensteinWhaam!1963

  • Roy LichtensteinBlam1962

  • Roy LichtensteinDrowning1963

  • Roy LichtensteinMasterpiece1962

  • M-Maybe1965

  • Brushstroke, 1965Lichtenstein on Abstract Expressionism

  • Brushstrokes, 1967

  • That's The Way It Should Have Begun! But It's Hopeless. Original silkscreen poster 1968

  • Lichtenstein on Cubism

  • Lichtenstein on Surrealism

  • James Rosenquist1933-

  • James RosenquistWorlds Fair Mural1964

  • James Rosenquist, President Elect, 1960-61

  • James Rosenquist, F-111, 1965

  • James Rosenquist, F-111 (detail), 1965

  • James Rosenquist, F-111 (detail), 1965

  • Detail of Painting #8, 1949White Center, 1950No. 10, 1950Untitled, 1949Rothko largely abandoned conventional titles in 1947, sometimes resorting to numbers or colors in order to distinguish one work from another. The artist also now resisted explaining the meaning of his work. "Silence is so accurate," he said, fearing that words would only paralyze the viewer's mind and imagination. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.1968 (no. 2)Orange and Tan, 1954