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Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock, 1953

Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock, 1953

"I don't paint for a living. I paint to live." —Willem de Kooning, 1975 The Abstract Expressionist artist was born today, April 24, in Rotterdam, Netherlands. #WillemdeKooning #ArtistBirthday #Gagosian _________ Image: Willem de Kooning in his studio on Fourth Avenue, November 1946. Photo by Harry Bowden. Harry Bowden papers, 1922–72, courtesy Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. All artworks © 2017 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

“Miles Davis bends the notes. He doesn’t play them, he bends them. I bend the paint.” - Willem de Kooning & one of his paintings 1945

Lee Krasner in her studio in 1956, two weeks after husband Jackson Pollock’s death. Visible are her “Prophecy” (right) and “Cauldron” (unfinished, behind).

Ladies, looking for more pinspiration? Try channeling Pollock's wife (and fellow artist) Lee Krasner, shown here in her studio two weeks after her husband's death.

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Outdoor portrait of Corporal (Cpl) Raymond Adams, probably Battalion, of Hobart, Tas. A solicitor in civilian life, Cpl Adams enlisted on 10 January On 25 July 1916 he transferred to the .

Paul Cézanne | Avignon et Provence

Paul Cezanne in front of the Grandes Baigneuses, atelier des Lauves

phillip glass by chuck close

Incredible portrait of composer, Phillip Glass, by the truly brilliant photo-realist artist, Chuck Close.

"There are no rules. That is how art is born..." Helen Frankenthaler, US abstract expressionist #womensart

"There are no rules. That is how art is born..." Helen Frankenthaler, US abstract expressionist #womensart

Alcohólico y farsante, el pintor que cambió los paradigmas del arte.

Lee Krasner and Jackson Pollock in Provincetown / Two very influential artists; married for about 11 years until Pollock's death in auto accident.

helen frankenthaler - 1957

NEW YORK CITY—Painter Helen Frankenthaler contemplates an Abstract Expressionist painting in her studio, © Burt Glinn / Magnum Photos

Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner in the studio, 1949. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation

Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner in the studio, 1949. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation

Pollock painting (4 of 5 photographs)

ACTION PAINTING Jackson Pollock Gelatin silver print, 1950 National Portrait Gallery Smithsonian Institution Gift of the Estate of Hans Namuth Image copyright Estate of Hans Namuth

Helen Frankenthaler and her husband Robert Motherwell.

Burt Glinn - Painter Helen Frankenthaler and sculptor David Smith in Frankenthaler’s studio, 1957

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