An appreciation blog for abstract art, in particular from the abstract expressionist school. Pollock, de Kooning, Hofmann, Frankenthaler, Riopelle, Gorky, et al. will be presented here. All rights reserved by the artists or their legal delegates.
Wonderful image. Curious to know where you found this painting! It's a rare example of Tworkov's late 40s... it belongs to a series of paintings once in which, titled "Green Landscape," is in the collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art.
I did a little digging and see I found that piece at the SUNY New Paltz site, apparently from a past exhibition. When I go back to the site, however, I can't find it in the past exhibitions now:http://www.newpaltz.edu/museum/exhibitions/
Found it! Thanks! It will make a nice addition to the catalogue raisonne!BTW... I recently curated an exhibition of works by Tworkov dating from 1945-1952: JACK TWORKOV: ACCIDENT OF CHOICE, The Artist at Black Mountain College 1952 on exhibit now at BMCM+AC.Here's a link to the show: www.jacktworkov.comHere's a link to the amazing catalogue: http://www.folioleaf.com/products/accident-of-choice
Very nice! Thanks so much for those links. The catalog(ue) looks quite good. Here's to Tworkov!