- found: Work cat.: The figurative fifties : New York figurative expressionism ... 1988.
- found: Kingsley, A. Emotional impact : New York school figurative expressionism, 1984: pp. 5-9 (Figurative expressionists don't feel they need to tell a story in their pictures in a traditional sense, power of painting to convey emotions, hence no real break with their abstract expressionist roots. Fig. express. has taken many different forms. Need to paint recognizable imagery, and specif. the human figure which, however inexactly imaged, means a hold on reality in its barest form)
- found: Arnason. Hist. of modern art.: p. 537 (All over the world during the 1950s and 1960s individual artists have explored different aspects of expressionist figuration. Reaction against abstract expressionism, production varied)
- 1988-05-05: new
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