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  1. Color Field1950’s • Closely related to abstract expressionism where artists wanted an EMOTIONAL response • Artists carefully considered color psychology. • formats of stripes, targets, simple geometric patterns and references to landscape imagery and to nature • Several techniques were discovered/explored revolutionizing how paint is applied to the surface.

  2. Helen Frankenthaler 1928-2011She is one of the originators of the Color Field movement Tutti-frutti, 1966 Mountains and Sea, 1952

  3. Morris Louis1912-1962 AmericanOne of the originators of the Color Field Movement Where, 1960 Alpha- Phi, 1961

  4. Mark Rothko1903-1970 • signature paintings are composed of bright, vibrant colors, particularly reds and yellows, expressing energy and ecstasy – intended as an experience for viewers – these paintings were large! No. 61 (Rust and Blue), 1953 No. 3/No. 13 (Magenta, Black, Green on Orange), 1949

  5. M I N I M A L I S M1960’s • Art that uses a minimum of art elements. • Emphasis is on color or shape as the dominant element, in painting • Emphasis on crisp, precise edges of shapes. • No attempt is made to symbolize or represent anything at all but the pure design element. • Influenced music, many facets of design - fashion, architecture, interior design, etc.

  6. ELSWORTH KELLY American Painter, 1923- His works demonstrate unassuming techniques emphasizing simplicity of form Red/Blue (Untitled) 1964

  7. Yellow over Dark Blue 1964-5 Nine Squares 1976-7

  8. Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II, FRANK STELLA American, 1936-

  9. Double Gray Scramble

  10. RICHARD SERRA American Sculptor, 1939-

  11. Barnett Newman 1905 –1970 Was an American artist. He is seen as one of the major figures in abstract expressionism and one of the foremost of the color field painters • Who's Afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue?, 1966 Onement 1, 1948.

  12. Color Field • Closely related to abstract expressionism where artists wanted an EMOTIONAL response • Artists carefully considered color psychology. • formats of stripes, targets, simple geometric patterns and references to landscape imagery and to nature • Several techniques were discovered/explored revolutionizing how paint is applied to the surface. M I N I M A L I S M • Art that uses a minimum of art elements. • Emphasis is on color or shape as the dominant element, in painting • Emphasis on crisp, precise edges of shapes. • No attempt is made to symbolize or represent anything at all but the pure design element. • Influenced music, many facets of design - fashion, architecture, interior design, etc.