Microfiche reproduction of catalogue originally published: New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, 1966.
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs Exhibition catalogues Exhibitions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wesselmann, Tom, Tom Wesselmann. Smoker, 1 (Mouth, 12) () Wesselmann began his series of Mouth paintings in This large canvas depicts a monumental mouth with a cigarette dangling from the lower lip. A large trail of gray smoke wafts from the tip, and the full red lips contrasts sharply with the white ality: American. This volume traces Wesselmann's development and aspirations from his first collages of nudes in tight, patterned interiors, reminiscent of Vuillard and Matisse, to his recent explorations of novel. Painted the year before his death, this exuberant painting is a riot of bright, overlapping planes of color, and sums up Wesselmann's life-long ambition to paint an American nude that rivaled that of Matisse. In homage to his favorite early th-century artist, Wesselmann paints two women reclining in a classic pose favored by Matisse. The background figure, an obvious homage to the French master, closely .
Tom Wesselmann was an American artist associated with the Pop Art movement who worked in painting, collage and sculpture. Wesselmann never liked his inclusion in American Pop Art, pointing out how he made an aesthetic use of everyday objects and not a criticism of them as consumer objects. Jinny Wright and the Art That Shaped a New Seattle. - Explore artexperiencenyc's board "Tom Wesselmann", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Pop art, Toms, Erotic art pins. The exhibition “A Different Kind of Woman” is inspired by Tom Wesselmann’s exhibition at the Sidney Janis Gallery in New York and features “Bedroom Tit Box” () a Wesselmann classic that is restaged for the first time in Paris. The exhibition also presents seminal examples of Wesselmann’s post-collage works, making this. Tom Wesselmann in New York with one of his paintings, Photograph: Jack Mitchell/Getty Images S ex is the thing that made the late Tom Wesselmann great, sometimes hated, and an oddity among.
Minneapolis Institute of Art, Minneapolis, MN The Museum of Modem Art, New York, NY Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, CA The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, Kansas City, MO Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ Rose Art Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. Tom Wesselmann Und Die Pop Art: Pictures on the Wall of Your Heart. by Wesselmann, Tom] Fritz, Nicole & Franz Schwarzbauer, eds. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Best known for his career-spanning series Great American Nude, featuring female figures in intensely saturated interiors, Pop artist Tom Wesselmann (–) used collage, assemblage and shaped canvases to usher in a new vocabulary of painting. The works in this catalogue highlight a number of techniques that Wesselmann pioneered and are largely not to be found among his Pop /5(3). In eighty-eight striking paintings and sculptures, Crosscurrents captures modernism as it moved from early abstractions by O’Keeffe, to Picasso and Pollock in midcentury, to pop riffs on contemporary culture by Roy Lichtenstein, Wayne Thiebaud, and Tom Wesselmann—all illustrating the com.