Louisiana exhibition poster poster with the work of the American artist, Morris Louis, (1912-62). Morris Louis belonged to the new generation of 'colorfield painters' who established themselves in New York after World War II. Louisiana received several works as a gift from Louis' widow, Marcella Louis Brenner, following an exhibition at the museum in 1975.
It is said of Morris Louis' work that he, as one of the few artists in this century, has helped to change the development of painting.
With Louis, a completely autonomous, abstract painting emerges for the first time. Like the peer Jackson Pollock, Louis was part of an experimental working group in New York, where the members dealt with the methods of automatic painting.
The 'colorfield' method characterizes a painting where color is detached from any form and occupies the canvas without restrictions.
Dimensions: W 50 x 85.4 cm
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Frame: 12 mm
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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