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Louise Nevelson Quotes About Color

Read Time: 3 min Louise Nevelson was an American sculptor known for her monumental, monochromatic, wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures. Her sculptures appear puzzle-like, with multiple intricately cut pieces placed into wall sculptures or independently standing pieces, often 3-D. A unique feature of her work is that her figures are often painted in monochromatic black or white. Although there aren’t […]

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Kasimir Malevich Quotes About Color

Read Time: 3 min Kazimir Malevich was a Russian painter and sculptor founder of the artistic and philosophical school of Suprematism, and his ideas about forms and meaning in art would eventually constitute the theoretical underpinnings of non-objective, or abstract, art.

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Dale Chihuly Quotes About Color

Read Time: 3 min Dale Chihuly, is an American glass sculptor. The technical difficulties of working with glass forms are considerable, yet Chihuly uses it as the primary medium for installations and environmental artwork.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir Quotes About Color

Read Time: 2 min A leading Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of the most famous artists of the early twentieth century. The Renoir quotes gathered below speak to his style and strong feelings about color.An innovative artist, Pierre-Auguste Renoir started out as an apprentice to a porcelain painter and studied drawing in his free time. After years as […]

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Paul Klee Quotes About Color

Read Time: 2 min Paul Klee was a prolific Swiss and German artist best known for his large body of work, influenced by cubism, expressionism and surrealism. Klee’s diverse body of work cannot, however, be categorized according to any single artistic movement, or “school.”Klee constantly experimented with artistic techniques and the expressive power of color, in the process often breaking […]

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John Ruskin Quotes About Color

Read Time: 3 min John Ruskin was a critic who could out-paint most painters, a great educator who reinvented how we see art. He was an astonishing figure, as Tim Hilton’s magisterial 2002 biography of him proves.

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