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Franz Kline black & white, 1950-1961 by David Anfam

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Published by Menil Collection, Houston Fine Art Press in Houston, Tex .
Written in English

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Places:

  • United States

Subjects:

  • Kline, Franz, 1910-1962 -- Exhibitions.,
  • Abstract expressionism -- United States -- Exhibitions.

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Edition Notes

Statementessay by David Anfam.
ContributionsKline, Franz, 1910-1962., Menil Collection (Houston, Tex.), Whitney Museum of American Art., Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago, Ill.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND237.K56 A4 1994
The Physical Object
Pagination120 p. :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1081783M
ISBN 100939594323
LC Control Number94005349

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Franz Kline. Main. Biography. Artworks. Progression of Art. Painting No. 7. Unlike his friends Pollock and de Kooning, Kline never experimented with figurative elements in his mature work. Painting No.7 is a fine example of his black and white pictures. The rigid geometry of broad black lines defines the composition, perhaps manifesting. Franz Kline, American artist who was one of the leading painters of the post-World War II Abstract Expressionist movement. Kline studied at Boston University (–35) and at the Heatherley School of Art, London (–38), settling in New York City in the latter year. He was originally a. Franz Kline User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. This was hailed as the definitive volume on artist Kline at its debut. Along with illustrations ( color, 70 b&w), the book includes interviews with Kline's friends and critics as well as material from his letters. Franz Kline (–) was a leading figure among the Abstract Expressionists: his energetic black strokes on a white field are as recognizable as Jackson Pollock’s drips or Mark Rothko’s rectangles of /5(1).