Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Gestural?

What is Gestural?

Gestural is a term which describes painting with freely sweeping brush strokes. The main goal of gestural art was to allow the artist to physically portray emotional impulses. Viewers were thought to understand inner artistic thoughts revealed through the varied, yet expressive paint marks.

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Richard Diebenkorn

Eiffel Spade, 1982

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Richard Diebenkorn

Green Tree Spade, 1982

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Richard Diebenkorn

Spade Drypoint, 1982

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Richard Diebenkorn

Sugarlift Spade, 1982

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Jasper Johns

2 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

4 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

5 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

0 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

3 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

8 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

9 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

6 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Jasper Johns

7 (from A Set of Ten Numerals), 1975

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Christopher Wool

Portraits (B&W) 1, 2014

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Christopher Wool

Portraits (B&W) 2, 2014

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Christopher Wool

Portraits (B&W) 3, 2014

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Computer printing

Computer printing in its basic form is the process of using computer technology to reproduce fine art images to make prints. In more advanced techniques, artists can program computers to produce art images which are then transferred onto paper using printing technology.

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas is a technique that uses acrylic paint applied to a canvas surface using tools such as brushes and palette knives to spread the paint. Acrylic paint is a man-made liquid plastic which thins with water and air dries quickly.

Metalcut

Metalcut was a technique for relief printing. It existed primarily from about 1450 to 1540 in Europe. The technique used thin metal plates. One method cut or hammered away parts which should not print. A second used engraving to show white lines on black background.

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