Robert Goodnough
Grey Development, 1967oil and acrylic on canvas

Robert Goodnough

Grey Development, 1967
oil and acrylic on canvas

Theo van Doesburg
l’Arbre-Maisons, 1916oil on panel

Theo van Doesburg

l’Arbre-Maisons, 1916
oil on panel

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It’s impossible to work with images. So frustrating. So then, after two weeks, I go after this terrible thing, this disease, called abstraction. I mean, the essence of something. But I really want images.

I was thinking on the way downtown, how the origin of art in the beginning, the origin of expression, was image making. Every time I see an abstract painting now I smell mink coats, you know what I mean? It’s really terrible. Terrible brainwashing. I don’t want to talk about that, it’s a terrible thing.

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Phillip Guston

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Milton Wilson
Embarcadero #6, 1964oil on canvas

Milton Wilson

Embarcadero #6, 1964
oil on canvas

the mystery, 1910redon

the mystery, 1910
redon

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