Monday, September 18, 2017

Art Two - Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning was an abstract expressionist painter.  Often, there are figures found in his work (first images), but he also painted non-objectively.  What do you think?

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Non-Objective work

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9 comments:

  1. I think that Willem de Koonings' artwork is very abstract and different. I really like how the non-objective artwork looks because it isn't just a lot of scribbles, but has a meaning behind it.

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  2. I like his non objective pieces much better than the creepy faces, I'd rather have the latter ones hanging on my wall than the first two they are scary.

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  3. i like the third and fourth ones the best. the shapes and colors he uses go together well. I don't really like the first two.

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  4. I like the color schemes of the objective paintings, the pinks and reds are pretty. His nonobjective paintings remind me of Picasso's objective paintings because there is so much going on.

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  5. The figures painted in the abstract form seem a bit creepy to me, which I like, actually. I think the pictures with people would look better with brighter or darker colors, though.
    Gabby Lindau

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  6. I like the non objective ones way more than the ones with figures on it because its was way less creepy and also the non-objectives paintings reminded me of graffiti which is cool.

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  7. I like the non-objective one especially the second to last one and how all the different shapes complement each others. - Abbie Burns

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  8. i like all the contrasts of the colors

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  9. i really like the colors and how the pictures tell a story. - meg hardin

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