Morris Lous, “Point of Tranquility,” c. 1959-60
Bacon, “Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef.” c. 1954
“Berlin Street Scene” Kirchner, c. 1913
Figures are distorted in order to portray their inner corruption.
La Douleur Exquise
The heart-wrenching pain of wanting someone you can’t have.
“Infant Mortality” by Kollwitz, 1925
“Kollowitz focused on the pacifist subjects and the suffering of the poor… she was Expressionist in technique but concerned more with social protest than inner exploration.”
“Navigation without Numbers” Uelsmann, 1971
“Condensation Cube” by Hans Haacke, 1963
“Three Flags” by Jasper Johns, 1958.
“Nude Descending a Staircase No. 2” by Duchamp c. 1912
This is a portrait of a nude in overlapping stages of movement, it came to sybolize the essence of modern art.
“I and the Village” by Chagall, c. 1911
“Chagall insisted he painted actual memories, not irrational dreams.”
But Does it Float