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RICHARD POUSETTE-DART (1916-1992)

 
Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.
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<br>Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision
Untitled, (Black Circle, Space)198322 5/8 x 30 1/4 in.(57.47 x 76.84 cm) acrylic on paper mounted on board
Provenance
Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York
Private Collection, Florida

200,000

Richard Pousette-Dart was one of the youngest members of the first generation of Abstract Expressionism, the movement of non-representational art that placed primacy on the artist’s emotion and mark making. Pousette-Dart was also part of “The Irascibles”, the group with the movement that protested the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s exhibition “American Painting Today – 1950”.

Pousette-Dart’s longevity allowed him to develop his approach to painting, moving away from expressing gestural strokes into applying intuitive points of paint. This work, particularly the titular circle, is a careful riot of points that Pousette-Dart has layered through different colors. While still maintaining the raw energy of early AbEx works, Pousette-Dart creates a more spiritual vision
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