7 edition of With love and disregard: New paintings by Jules Olitski found in the catalog.
With love and disregard: New paintings by Jules Olitski
by Ameringer Yohe Fine Art
Written in English
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"Art in Review - Jules Olitski," The New York Times, Decem Smith, Roberta. " A Collector’s Keen Eye for Modernists," The New York Times, Septem Kate Nesin, Mellon Fellow in the director's office at the Toledo Museum of Art, talks about "With Love and Disregard: Splendor," a painting in the exhibit "Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules.
Find great deals on eBay for jules olitski and kenneth noland. Shop with confidence. Jules Olitski was a Ukranian-born New York artist who experimented with texture and color. His painting “With Love and Disregard” references philosopher William James and is a part of his.
Nov 5, - JULES OLITSKI EMMA AMOUR signed, titled and dated on the stretcher acrylic on canvas by 82 in. via Sotheby's. Russian-born American artist Jules Olitski was best known for his contribution to the development of Color Field painting in the s. Throughout his career, he investigated the nature of the surface painting, and experimented with alternative methods and materials, including industrial spray guns, and dragging or layering various paint types on his canvases.
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With love and disregard: New paintings by Jules Olitski: an eightieth birthday celebration Hardcover – January 1, by Jules Olitski (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating3/5(1).
With love and disregard: new paintings by Jules Olitski: an eightieth birthday celebration. [Jules Olitski; Ameringer Yohe Fine Art.] -- This book documents paintings by Jules Olitski. With love and disregard: New paintings by Jules Olitski: an eightieth birthday celebration Olitski, Jules Published by Ameringer Yohe Fine Art ().
The new works shown here -- ''With Love and Disregard'' is from the writings of the philosopher William James and refers obliquely to Mr. Olitski's own feelings about making art -. "With Love and Disregard- New Paintings by Jules Olitski, an 80th Birthday Celebration" Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY Oct Nov 16th, exibition continued at Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl.
Feb Mar 8, (catalogue 46 pages reproducing all from With Love and Disregard. Author of Jules Olitski, Jules Olitski: new paintings, Recent paintings, Jules Olitski, Jules Olitski, Jules Olitski: PaintingsJules Olitski, stained paintingsWe redesigned our Book Pages — can you share feedback.
Edit. Last edited by Clean Up Bot. March With Love and Disregard: Rapture At the age of 78, Olitski painted a well-received series of paintings named With Love and Disregard (), in which he came full circle to the vivid colors and curvilinear forms of his s Color Field canvases.
However, the result was now raw and elemental, with crackled surfaces and harsh contrasts. Jules Olitski’s painting Dance of David from his series With Love and Disregard () is aptly titled. The work consists of lush swirling forms of blue, white, black, yellow, and brown set on a red background, but the non-representative painting seems to disregard King David’s actual dance (from 2.
Jules Olitski. REFLECTIONS ON MASTERPIECES. Jules Olitski, WITH LOVE AND DISREGARD: ENCHANTED AT DAWN, Water-based acrylic on canvas, 40 x 30 inches. Jules Olitski died on Feb 4th, at the age of For artists of my generation, who came of age s and '70s, Jules was a beacon, an artist who showed what was possible in the realm of abstraction with the newly.
Having returned to New York inOlitski received his B.A. in and his M.A. in in Art Education, both from New York University Olitski had his first one-person show at Galerie Huit, Paris in He returned to New York, reacting against the color and imagery of his Paris works, he began to paint monochromatic pictures with empty.
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2/abr/ - Jules Olitski - “With Love and Disregard” #art. Widely regarded as one of America’s last classic modern painters, Jules Olitski (–) created brilliant color harmonies and chromatic shifts that became one of the hallmarks of Color Field painting. Olitski enjoyed enormous acclaim in the s and s, and in he was the first living American artist to be given a.
Jules Olitski, With Love and Disregard: Rapture, Jules Olitski () was a Ukranian-American painter who came to prominence at the tail end of Abstract Expressionism.
Best known for his color field works of the s, Olitski had a long and diverse career, attempting new techniques every decade and even exploring sculpture. I love this book and have a number of copies. I think there were only printed, it's not easy to find.
There was also a limited edition done with painted covers, beautifully done. Signed by Moffett and Jules Olitski in a plexiglass box (originally) This is a wonderfully well written and insightful book, by the greatest art critic of the s: 2. Jules Olitski, With Love and Disregard: Rapture, Acrylic on canvas, 68 x 92 inches, Private Collection Art (© Estate of Jules Olitski/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY) Hayley Plack blogs about the exhibition Jules Olitski: Revelation: Major Paintings at American University Museum, Washington D.C., on view through Decem The Life of Jules Olitski.
Jules Olitski was born Jevel Demokovsky in in Snovsk, Russia (now Ukraine). His birth came just a few months after his father, a commissar, was executed by the Soviet government. At only a year old, along with his mother and grandmother, Olitski emigrated to the United States, where the family resided in Brooklyn.
Jules Olitski (American, –) was a painter and sculptor, born in Snovsk, Russia (currently Shchors, Ukraine). Inhe moved with his mother to New York City, NY, where he developed an interest in drawing at a young age and had the opportunity to view and study art frequently.
“With Love and Disregard- New Paintings by Jules Olitski, and 80th Birthday Celebration Continues" (see ) Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, Boca Raton, Fl, Feb Mar 8, “Jules Olitski, Spray Paintings of the ’s” Ameringer Yohe Fine Art, New York, NY May Aug 1, The paintings Olitski created in the final years of his life, such as “With Love and Disregard: Rapture” (), express this guiding principal in dramatic fashion.
The structure of their material presence is as unyielding as a stone, yet their lightness of being unmistakably claims its chromatic birthright in the “flow of color feeling.”. In the last decade of his life, Olitski began a final series of vivid, forceful abstractions titled With Love and Disregard ().
When this series was exhibited in New York init received many positive reviews. Olitski painted until his death from cancer in at age. Jules Olitski, With Love and Disregard – Susy and the Elders, Emyr Williams explores influence and homage in works by Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, and Jules Olitski.
Williams argues that abstract paintings are less convincing and original when they reference past figurative art.Russian-born artist Jules Olitski was at the forefront of Color Field painting, an abstractionist movement of the s and '70s.
His large-scale abstract paintings feature fields of solid color with little depth or perspective, created by pouring, spraying, and sponging paints and dyes onto the canvas.
His monochrome aluminum sculptures reflect an aesthetic similar to his paintings, and he.Paint, spackle, polymer, emulsion on canvas, Size US: 72 x 85 in Size Europe: x cm Jules Olitski (Ma – February 4, ) was a Russian-born American painter who was instrumental in the development of the Color Field school.