Willem de Kooning                                                                                                                                                      More

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How does a penniless young Dutch stowaway transform into America’s first art superstar? Find out in the latest instalment of 'Paintings on the Wall' about the life and times of painter Willem de Kooning along with Paul's recollections of his friend...

How does a penniless young Dutch stowaway transform into America’s first art superstar? Find out in the latest instalment of 'Paintings on the Wall' about the life and times of painter Willem de Kooning along with Paul's recollections of his friend...

Montauk Highway, 1958  Willem de Kooning  Oil and combined media on heavy paper mounted on canvas  The Netherlands, 1904-1997, active  United States

Montauk Highway, 1958 Willem de Kooning Oil and combined media on heavy paper mounted on canvas The Netherlands, 1904-1997, active United States

Cave to Canvas, Woman, Sag Harbor - Willem de Kooning, 1964

Cave to Canvas, Woman, Sag Harbor - Willem de Kooning, 1964

Elaine and Willem de Kooning 1982 | by Jan Lombardi

Elaine and Willem de Kooning 1982 | by Jan Lombardi

Woman I by Willem de Kooning, Painted in 1952  When interviewed by a journalist he was asked how he felt about the fact that other painters were copying his work. he said" They don't have to paint the ugly ones."

Woman I by Willem de Kooning, Painted in 1952 When interviewed by a journalist he was asked how he felt about the fact that other painters were copying his work. he said" They don't have to paint the ugly ones."

Willem de Kooning (1904-1997)  Women

Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) Women

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Willem De Kooning (1904‑1997)  Women Singing II  1966  Medium  Oil on paper laid on canvas  914 x 610 mm   Tate  Presented by the artist through the American Federation of Arts 1970

Willem De Kooning (1904‑1997) Women Singing II 1966 Medium Oil on paper laid on canvas 914 x 610 mm Tate Presented by the artist through the American Federation of Arts 1970

Willem de Kooning, Valentine, 1947, Oil and enamel and paper on bard, 92,2 x 61,5 cm Kooning, Willem de: Fine Arts, After 1945 in America | The Red List

Willem de Kooning, Valentine, 1947, Oil and enamel and paper on bard, 92,2 x 61,5 cm Kooning, Willem de: Fine Arts, After 1945 in America | The Red List

De Kooning, Black Friday, 1948. Oil and enamel on pressed wood panel, 49 3/16 x 29 inches. University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ.

De Kooning, Black Friday, 1948. Oil and enamel on pressed wood panel, 49 3/16 x 29 inches. University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ.

Willem de Kooning, Untitled Vll (1986) on ArtStack #willem-de-kooning #art

Willem de Kooning, Untitled Vll (1986) on ArtStack #willem-de-kooning #art

The very first #painting I ever fell in love with. Rosy Fingered Dawn at Louis Point by Willem #DeKooning.

The very first #painting I ever fell in love with. Rosy Fingered Dawn at Louis Point by Willem #DeKooning.

Willem de Kooning, Seated Figure (Classic Male) 1941-43

Willem de Kooning, Seated Figure (Classic Male) 1941-43

“ Willem de Kooning | Door to the River ”  Many 20th C. Modernists and Minimalists were inspired by Plato's Theory of Forms; they believed that eliminating the distractions (emotional manipulators) of subject matter and sometimes color and brush stroke was the best way to portray a pure truth (Form) in art.

“ Willem de Kooning | Door to the River ” Many 20th C. Modernists and Minimalists were inspired by Plato's Theory of Forms; they believed that eliminating the distractions (emotional manipulators) of subject matter and sometimes color and brush stroke was the best way to portray a pure truth (Form) in art.

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

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