Abstract expressionist paintings
Abstract Expressionism art commenced in New York in the 1940's. Expressionism abstract paintings are often large in scale oil paintings. They are energetic, spontaneous and non-representational with dramatic brushstrokes, often known as action paintings in which the whole canvas is viewed as one. Someone who works in this genre is known as an abstract expressionist. A leading exponent of this movement was Jackson Pollock. Other artists aligned with the abstract expressionist movement are Clyfford Still, Franz Kline and Barnett Newman There are many famous abstract expressionism oil paintings from this movement, not least of which is Franz Kline's Untitled 1967. Abstract expressionist paintings are now available as reproductions. It is to be noted that many abstract expressionist artists and paintings of the 21st Century continue to perpetuate this style.
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