- n a painter of abstract pictures
- s not representing or imitating external reality or the objects of nature
- Along with that went the "theological" view of Pollock as an ideal abstractionist obsessed by flatness, which ignored the fact that there were only four years of his life (1947 .
- Most of the work was abstract, with each abstractionist striving for some idiom of his own.
- A small gallery in the Alps plays host to the great Kandinsky, one of the most influential artists of the abstractionist movement Move Over Austen.
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- Christopher Loudon
It’s difficult to imagine a better intoxicant than absinthe to describe fearless vocal abstractionist Fay Victor. The anise-flavored spirit gained favor in Paris in the early 20th century, among the sort of artistic iconoclasts—Wilde, Toulouse-Lautrec, Satie—who...
Jan. 4, 2014 - JazzTimes Magazine
- Andrew Wyeth in Washington Post
I honestly consider myself an abstractionist,Wyeth said in 1965.
- Brice Marden in Philadelphia Daily News
Marden called Cezanne "the greatest realist and greatest abstractionist at the same time."
- Richard Donner in Independent
...best quote in the documentary comes at the glitzy private view where celebrity guests tell the camera what a great artist Damian is before Hollywood director Richard Donner says: "I'm a realist, not an abstractionist. When I look at...