1946 - Clyfford Still - Abstract Expressionist Painting - Canvas Prints
Clyfford Still was an American painter associated with both the Abstract Expressionist and Color Field movements. He is best known for his paintings that resemble flame-like crevices or shapes. Inspired by the windswept landscape of the Canadian prairie, he developed a technique of applying thick layers of paint onto the canvas using a palette knife, creating jagged flares of dark tones against lighter areas of yellows, oranges, and reds.
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