Robert Motherwell American, 1915-1991
Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) was the youngest member of the heroic generation of post-war Abstract Expressionists who revolutionized painting and shifted the art world's attention from Paris to New York. He is also the only one of the group (which included Jackson Pollock, Hans Hoffman, and Willem DeKooning) for whom printmaking became a major preoccupation. Motherwell's work as a printmaker as well as a painter distinguished him, both for his innovations in graphic media and for his stunning images.
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Fall SelectionsGroup Exhibition September 26 - November 7, 2020Jerald Melberg Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring works by gallery artists Charles Basham, Romare Bearden, Katherine Boxall, Christopher Clamp, Susan Grossman, Lee Hall, Gordon Onslow Ford, Frank Faulkner, Wolf Kahn, Kim Keever, Robert Kushner, Thomas McNickle, Dennis Lee Mitchell, Robert Motherwell, Roland Poska, James Rosati, Brian Rutenberg, and Esteban Vicente.
Motherwell MonotypesMarch 16 - April 27, 2019Prints are magic. They can capture texture unttainable in painting, the ink nestling and cresting the subtle bumps and crevices of a heavy rag paper. Their color radiates more intensely...