Adolph Gottlieb: A Retrospective
Adolph Gottlieb (1903-1974) was one of the leaders of the New York School of Abstract Expressionism. This beautiful volume is the only one that covers the full scope of Gottlieb's acheivement, including 124 of his finest paintings, sculptures, and works on paper.
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Adolph Gottlieb and Abstract Painting
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6V Esther Gottlieb Abstract Expressionism Abstract Expressionists acrylic on canvas Adolph & Esther Adolph 6V Adolph Gottlieb American Art American Painting archaic Arizona Arshile Gorky Avery Avery's Barnett Newman Baziotes biomorphism Brooklyn canvas 36 canvas 48 canvas 90 Clement Greenberg collective unconscious color composition critic Cubism Dorothy Dehner early Esther Gottlieb Foundation exhib exhibition expression Eyes of Oedipus field painting forties Freud Friedman Gallery Gorky Gottlieb and Rothko Gottlieb began Gottlieb continued Gottlieb's painting gouache grid Ibid idea Illustration imagery images Imaginary Landscapes influence Jung Klee's Lawrence Alloway letter Mark Rothko Martin Friedman Metropolitan Museum Milton Avery Miro Modern Art Motherwell Museum of Art Museum of Modern myth Newman Oedipus Oedipus and Eyes oil on canvas oil on linen painters palette Picasso Pictographs Pollock portrait primitive art Private Collection Robert Seckler Sloan Solman studio subject matter Surrealism Surrealist symbols System and Dialectics themes Unstill untitled York School