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Abstract Expressionism
The movement known as abstract expressionism arose predominantly out of New York in the late 1940's. The works are frequently on a very large scale and emphasis is placed on dynamic and energetic brushwork. Some of the best known artists include Willem de Kooning, Franz Kline, Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell.
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Kampfende Formen (Fighting Forms) by Franz Marc Kampfende Formen (Fighting Forms) by Franz Marc Study of a Bright Shop Window by August Macke Study of a Bright Shop Window by August Macke
Jumping Horse by Franz Marc Jumping Horse by Franz Marc Animals by Franz Marc Animals by Franz Marc
Little Blue Horses by Franz Marc Little Blue Horses by Franz Marc Mountain Goats (Bergziegen) by Franz Marc Mountain Goats (Bergziegen) by Franz Marc
Blue Horse I, 1911 by Franz Marc Blue Horse I, 1911 by Franz Marc Landscape with House, Dog and Cattle, 1914 by Franz Marc Landscape with House, Dog and Cattle, 1914 by Franz Marc
Springendes Pferd by Franz Marc Ocean Park 116, 1979  by Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park 79, 1975 by Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park 54, 1972 by Richard Diebenkorn
Ocean Park 24, 1969 by Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park 70, 1974 by Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park 16, 1968 by Richard Diebenkorn Ocean Park 68, 1974 by Richard Diebenkorn
Berkeley # 22, 1954 by Richard Diebenkorn Untitled, 1980 by Richard Diebenkorn Sunset Corner, 1969 by Helen Frankenthaler Number 10, 1949  by Jackson Pollock
Number 18, 1950  by Jackson Pollock Number 13A:  Arabesque  by Jackson Pollock No. 4, 1949  by Jackson Pollock Number 14:  Gray  by Jackson Pollock
Number 9, 1949  by Jackson Pollock Shimmering Substance, 1946 by Jackson Pollock Number I, 1949 by Jackson Pollock Number 5, 1950 by Jackson Pollock