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20 th Century North America

20 th Century North America. The Ashcan School. Originally called themselves “The Eight” . Their subject was the reality and harshness of city living in America. Their first exhibition was in 1908. George Bellows. Cliff Dwellers . Early 20 th C. Regionalists.

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20 th Century North America

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  1. 20th Century North America

  2. The Ashcan School Originally called themselves “The Eight” . Their subject was the reality and harshness of city living in America. Their first exhibition was in 1908

  3. George Bellows. Cliff Dwellers. Early 20th C.

  4. Regionalists Painted the beautiful farmlands and country of America, the myths of America, the happy productive people of America in a realist style.

  5. Thomas Hart Benton. The Sources of Country Music. 1975. Acrylic on Canvas.

  6. Abstract Expressionists The subject was the formal elements of principles of art. It was Expressive of the feelings of the artists at the moment they painted.

  7. Jackson Pollock in the Studio

  8. Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)Number 1, 1950 (Lavender Mist), 1950221 x 299.7 cm (87 x 118 inches)Oil, enamel and aluminum on canvas

  9. Willem DeKooning Women Series. 1954-58

  10. Pop Art Artists turned to popular culture, the mass media, especially advertising for subject matter.

  11. Warhol, AndyCampbell's Soup Can1964Silkscreen on canvas35 3/4 x 24 inLeo Castelli Gallery, New York

  12. Roy Lichtenstein. Hopeless. 1963

  13. Colorfield Painting

  14. Mark Rothko, No 61 ( Rust and Blue). 1951.

  15. OP art Art that deals with optical illusion. The subject is how we see.

  16. Bridgit Riley

  17. Bridgit Riley. Cataract 3, 1967, PVA on canvas

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