Lecture 6 - Jacob Lawrence - Beginnings of Abstract Expressionism - Jackson Pollock

Lecture 6 - Jacob Lawrence - Beginnings of Abstract Expressionism - Jackson Pollock

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Images from Monday, January 31: topic 1: Jacob Lawrence topic 2: The Beginnings of Abstract Expressionism; Jackson Pollock
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L: Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) R: Harlem Art Workshop, 1935
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Lawrence, During the World War there was a Great Migration North by Southern Negroes, panel 1 of The Migration Series , 1940 41
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Lawrence, The Female Worker was Also One of the Last Groups to Leave the South , panel 57 of The Migration Series
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Lawrence, In the North the Negro had Better Educational Facilities , panel 58 of The Migration Series , 1940 41
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Lawrence, And the Migrants Kept Coming , panel 60 of The Migration Series , 1940-41
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panel 1 and panel 60 of The Migration Series , 1940 41
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R: Haywood Magee, “Caribbean Immigrants Arriving at Victoria Station, London,” 1956
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David Alfaro Siquerios, The New Democracy , 1944
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Thomas Hart Benton, The Ballad of the Jealous Lover of Lone Green Valley , 1934
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L: Adolph Gottlieb, Weirs at Dawn , 1949
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Unformatted text preview: (CSULB University Art Museum) R: Tlingit blanket, c. 1800 Gottlieb, The Eyes of Oedipus , 1941 Pollock, L: Totem Lesson 1 , 1944 R: Totem Lesson 2 , 1945 From the August 8, 1949 issue of Life magazine Jackson Pollock, Going West , c. 1934-35 Pollock, Camp with Oil Rig and Benton compositional diagram Pollock, L: Birth , 1941 R: Guardians of the Secret , 1943 Pollock, Male and Female , c. 1942 Pollock, She-Wolf , 1943 Pollock, Mural , 1943, 8’ x 19’ Pollock standing in front of blank canvas for Mural Picasso, Les Demoiselles d’Avignon , 1907 Picasso, Girl before a Mirror , 1932 Pollock painting in his studio, Springs (Long Island), New York, 1949 Pollock, Autumn Rhythm (Number 30) , 1950 L: Dali, The Persistence of Memory , 1931 R: Miró, The Birth of the World , 1925 Pollock, Number 1 (Lavender Mist ), 1950 Pollock at work, 1950 Pollock, Portrait and a Dream , 1953...
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