How does a penniless young Dutch stowaway transform into America’s first art superstar? Find out in the latest instalment of 'Paintings on the Wall' about the life and times of painter Willem de Kooning along with Paul's recollections of his friend...
De Kooning, Black Friday, 1948. Oil and enamel on pressed wood panel, 49 3/16 x 29 inches. University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ.
Willem De Kooning (1904‑1997) Women Singing II 1966 Medium Oil on paper laid on canvas 914 x 610 mm Tate Presented by the artist through the American Federation of Arts 1970
Elaine and Willem de Kooning 1982 | by Jan Lombardi
Willem de Kooning, Seated Figure (Classic Male) 1941-43
Woman I by Willem de Kooning, Painted in 1952 When interviewed by a journalist he was asked how he felt about the fact that other painters were copying his work. he said" They don't have to paint the ugly ones."
Willem de Kooning, Untitled Vll (1986) on ArtStack #willem-de-kooning #art
willem de kooning | Go See This. Willem De Kooning at MOMA.
Cave to Canvas, Woman, Sag Harbor - Willem de Kooning, 1964