Willem de Kooning                                                                                                                                                      More

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De Kooning, Easter Monday, detail

Willem de Kooning: The "Melodrama of Vulgarity"

De Kooning, Easter Monday, detail

'Black Friday' (1948) by Willem de Kooning #deKooning #art

'Black Friday' (1948) by Willem de Kooning #deKooning #art

Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning, Seated Figure (Classic Male) 1941-43

Willem de Kooning, Seated Figure (Classic Male) 1941-43

Willem de Kooning, Valentine, 1947, Oil and enamel and paper on bard, 92,2 x 61,5 cm Kooning, Willem de: Fine Arts, After 1945 in America | The Red List

Willem de Kooning, Valentine, 1947, Oil and enamel and paper on bard, 92,2 x 61,5 cm Kooning, Willem de: Fine Arts, After 1945 in America | The Red List

Seated Woman (1940) Willem de Kooning

Seated Woman (1940) Willem de Kooning

Paintings On The Wall - Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) | PaulMcCartney.com

Paintings On The Wall - Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) | PaulMcCartney.com

Willem de Kooning (1904-1997)w as a Dutch American abstract expressionist.  & painted in a style referred to as Action painting, and was part of a group of artists that came to be known as the New York School. The hallmark of de Kooning's style was an emphasis on complex figure ground ambiguity. Background figures would overlap other figures causing them to appear in the foreground, which in turn might be overlapped by dripping lines of paint thus positioning the area into the background.

Willem de Kooning (1904-1997)w as a Dutch American abstract expressionist. & painted in a style referred to as Action painting, and was part of a group of artists that came to be known as the New York School. The hallmark of de Kooning's style was an emphasis on complex figure ground ambiguity. Background figures would overlap other figures causing them to appear in the foreground, which in turn might be overlapped by dripping lines of paint thus positioning the area into the background.

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