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Set Description and Contents:
By the mid-1940s, the leading artists of the New York school were exhibiting in galleries there. The Museum of Modern Art began acquiring their works, and in 1958 held a show called "The New American Painting." This show traveled to eight European countries, establishing for Abstract Expressionism (or, the New York School) an international reputation as a premier modernism movement. In 1948 several of the artists founded an informal school called "Subjects of the Artist." They were united in their belief that abstract art could express timeless, universal themes.
12 Digital Images with Teaching Support
- JPEG images in Projection, Screen, and Thumbnail Sizes
- Historical information about each artist and artwork
- Cultural context to support art history and art appreciation programs
- Connections to other influential artists and styles
- Review Questions
- Classroom Activities