Louise Nevelson

Louise Nevelson - . 4. At the Educational Alliance art...

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Wertman, Brittany Art 001 Section 1 October 19, 2010 Artist ~ Louise Nevelson 1. Louise Nevelson 2. September 23, 1899 – April 17, 1988 3. American 4. Has been variously linked to Cubism , Dada , Surrealism , Abstract Expressionism , Minimalism , Feminism , and Installation Art . 5. Mainly Sculpture 5 Pieces of Art Related Biographical Information 1. Nevelson is known for her abstract expressionist “crates” grouped together to form a new creation. 2. Nevelson studied at the Art Students League in New York City during 1929-30. 3. She later studied with Hans Hofmann in Munich , and worked as an assistant to Diego Rivera
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Unformatted text preview: . 4. At the Educational Alliance art school Nevelson studied sculpture with Chaim Gross . 5. Some work done by Nevelson memorialized the Holocaust. Artworks 1. Sky Landscape 2. Erected in 1988 3. Sculpture 4. 1,500 1,546 pixels 5. Washington DC 6. Abstract Expressionism 1. Night Leaf 2. 1969 3. Sculpture 4. 300 300 pixels 5. Smithsonian American Art Museum 6. Abstract Expressionism 1. Sky Cathedral 2. 1982 3. Painted Wood 4. 300 113 pixels 5. Smithsonian American Art Museum 6. Abstract Expressionism http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise_Nevelson#cite_note-1...
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