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The picture has an abstract art having no hint of representation. Its colors are somber: black, blue, grey, brown and white on an off white background. Its painted in Jackson Pollock's famous Drip technique.

It is a radical Pollock's earlier drip paintings picture. It depicts a lyrical economy change through an abstraction of painting flirts with figuration which has no beginning or end it's painted in Jackson Pollock's famous Drip technique of 1951.

The pictures is an abstract expression achieved by use of non dynamic context movement within it. The painting makes use of conceptual viewing point where by the image expresses by a form of reality which is not related to nature but is created through painting.

Mother well's picture stages the American abstract expressionist of 1949. The picture is painted to convey to the viewer with the mental and physical engagement of the art to the canvas.

Its an action painting, where by Kline's suggest broad, confident, quickly executed gestures reflecting the artist's spontaneous impulses. It's an artwork which was produced in the late 1940s the line painting established that the lines, when magnified, gained abstraction and and communicate some mean full information.

It is an American abstract expressionist art work in the post World War II era which depict context of women culture. The picture uses colors red the art work uses the bicycle as ,brown yellow black, and green back ground

Ochre and Red on Red painting was executed during the years of the mid-1950s Ochre and Red on Red buoyant effect is created by the blazing yellow square, which, in comparison to the darker red of its surroundings, appears to surge out of the composition into the viewer's space.

The picture is a literate proponent of an abstract expressionism which exposes long time art critic of Jackson Pollock in the epitome of aesthetic value, the colors, brow and orange were selected to fit the political climate and the intellectual rebelliousness of the era.

The painting is an abstract expressionism expressing a form of reality which is related to nature and existed; it has emphasis on the subjectivity of the artist as part of the painting through white line, red color, are communicating.

This is an abstract expression depicting the context of mountain. Light blue depicts water it is used to denote the 1964 Post Painterly lyrical abstraction.

Its a prolific painting whose work provides a link between Abstract Expressionism and Color Field painting. The style is among the most recognizable of the Color Field painters and is characterized by layered rainbows of acrylic paint which is poured down huge blank canvases.

The effect of color hue on the image shade is demonstrated by use of varying color brightness by use of bright tone and fading effect of light.

It's a transitional abstract Expressionism to Pop Art. It Combines the art methodologies of the 1950s, in which non-traditional materials and objects are employed in innovative combinations. The white painting has some light effect on the middle focusing the point of attraction at the centre, the ground face is depicted by use shade black color.

Erased de Kooning Drawing was used to symbolize what was iconic. Much of what Rauschenberg did in those days iconic and iconoclastic at the same time, although de Kooning was not the icon the Young Turk wanted to smash. His iconoclasm took a more genteel and personal approach. He had a fascination with de Kooning, photographing his studio in 1952.

It is a depiction of an exhibition currently being researched and developed for a future museum venue. Envisioned by the curatorial team of Claudia Bohn Specter and Sam Mellon, Wrong explores techniques and methods artists used to challenge existing rules and traditions in the arts between 1945 and 1975. The Post-War era exhibition showcases a broad variety of media - painting, sculpture, video, photography, performance, design, music, and dance set in an exhibition design that underscores the pivotal role of irreverence and experimentation.

Its an American bridge between Abstract Expressionism and Pop art and is credited as one of the major influences in the return of representational art in the is an iconoclastic invention of new techniques as in his wide-ranging iconography of modern life the painting in the rectangle is used in such a way that the whole scene seems to resonate with a concern of light rather than as simply contrasting brightly colored paintings the clashing effect is primarily concerned with obtaining the scene of back ground.

The painting is notable for its artistic composition. Several icons are used unnaturally to present different entities. The colors consist of mostly bright tones, as is to but there are red highlights repeated throughout the painting. Foreshortening, balance and the distant between the paintings and emphasized

Keenly the painting uses iconography context of American popular culture. Which is eschewed with emotional style of the Abstract Expressionists without losing the latter's expressiveness by developing a style that stressed collage and of atypical materials like house paint, as well as techniques such painting with a tire dipped in ink.

Jasper Johns painted the Flag in 1954 to 55. The flag was painted with conceptual context of American dream. The work is often described as a Neo Dadaist, as opposed to pop art, even though the subject matter includes images and objects from popular American culture. Still, many compilations on pop art include Jasper Johns as a pop artist because of his artistic use of classical iconography is used. The flag is painted with light effects giving it the original colors which reflect American dream of post war II.

The target is a test, and Johns took it with a sort of deadpan irony to test what one expects a work of art to do. For a painted target automatically negates the use of a real one. Once a target is seen aesthetically, as a unified design, its use is lost. The center is not more important than the rings. In Target with Plaster Casts, the target's five rings present themselves as painting alone: an even edible skin of wax encaustic, no part of it visually superior to the rest. Despite its target format, the painting is actually in the tradition of visual all over a continuous matrix of marks that ran from Seurat to Jackson Pollock. The idea of putting a bullet through it seems absurd.

Painted Bronze consist of two cans of Balanchine Ale cast in bronze, was one in a series of sculptures that came to define Johns' theories of reality; like the pop art that followed it, his experiments with context sought to reconstitute ordinary objects in such a way as to highlight the power of the perceptual over the physical world. In 1964 he explained, as fulsomely as he ever would, what it was he was trying to do.

The sculpture is an abstracts context of reality which had been abandoned in the period of war .the decorative vases and lamps were made to earn a living. The painting is a phenomenological approach to reality that is, the search for the given reality in what one sees when one is looking at a person.

Its an abstract expression where the style is less figurative developed after World War II; the bodily deformations show the context which depict favored subjects which attempt to convey a greater sense of anguish of after war.

The painting is of post world war 1950 where Art used the painter Jean Dubuffet to refer to a range of art forms outside the conventional dictates of the art world. He amassed a large collection of graffiti art and art made by the mentally ill, prisoners, children, and other naive untrained artists, whose raw or innocent vision and directness of technique he admired. In turn, he sought to emulate these qualities in his own work, and in 1948 he established a society to encourage the study of Art Brut. This kind of art has also been referred to as outsider art.

It is literally raw art abstract expression depicting the context of cooking process: it is the art world of art schools, galleries, museums. Originally art by psychotic individuals who existed almost completely outside culture and society.

The painting is stunning. its communicates the power of horror enhanced through the surrealistic, biomorphic forms; its use of black, white and grey to create a more immediate impact; the large scale and the fact that its context setting support the Spanish Pavilion it is used to pass across a public political message.

The painting is mutations of the human form, were Bacon's interpretation of the Furies: context is of the three goddesses of vengeance of Greek mythology. Their task was to abstract the punish crimes that were beyond human justice. Bacon painted the work at the end of World War Two, as the accounts of the Nazi death camps were beginning to emerge. The three deformed painting were an apt metaphor for the corruption of the human spirit and the artist's revulsion at mans' inhumanity to man.

Klein used a photomontage to publish the artist work, which apparently shows him jumping off a wall; the arms are stretched outstretched, towards the pavement. This depicts how Klein used the photograph as evidence to prove his ability to undertake unaided lunar travel in post war European art of photomontage in which the large tarpaulin Klein leaped onto..

Klein uses this painting as his installation of the utmost importance to the identification of the immersive ideals of virtual reality in that it crystallizes the body's entrance into a consciousness of aoristic space. The pictures are of post war conceptualization painting of 1961.

it is a picture of an Iris Clert of 1955 .which became an in the international art scene, particularly to Yves Klein, Jean Tinguely and Arman.the context shows it is of Greek nationality, which was active during the Second World War.the artist were to demonstrate how to send a telegram.

A collection of 1961, Milan, Piero Manzoni produced ninety cans of Artist's Shit. The context was Tate's work is number 004. A label on each can, printed in Italian, English, French and German, identified the contents as Artist's Shit contents 30gr net freshly preserved, produced and tinned in May 1961.' In December 1961 Manzoni wrote in a letter to the artist Ben Vautier:

It is a preeminent exponent of conceptual art of 1960s it is a vein of art where the ideas of conception is given priority over method and media. It is still and provoking and transgresive in nature.

It is an abstract expressionism which views the action Painting as far more important as painting itself. It is dated back 1959 Eighteen Happenings in Six parts, which is a series of seemingly random but carefully choreographed activities. The picture depicts intellectual rigorous site specific, impermanent works that define an ultimate birth of high performance installation art.

Its is a visual and performance abstraction In both evocative and critical action of painting, the paintbrush is attached to the back of the short skirt and squatting to make painterly marks on a large piece of paper of the floor. The context of culture is depicted by the way Kubota challenges the assumptions in the society of the time that connected masculinity with creativity. This work is one of many feminist takes on abstract expressionism, a genre characterised by macho male practitioners in 1965.

The picture has movements expressed in the visual context of the gentle man sitting down. This abstraction art work is identified with developments in post history World War II arts in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

The pictures was developed by use of port art movement of 1950s in early Britain and late 1950s in united states .the picture makes use of visual details whereby the gentleman sculpture painting and the wall portraits depict cultural read romance. The picture employs aspects of mass culture on the wall which has some advertisement, comic portraits and mundane cultural objects.

The picture is romantic in nature.

It is an historic art work of produced in 1962 by Andy Warhol. It depicts 32 canes. It depicts the context of positive view of ordinary culture and the feeling of the abstract expressionists of the great paint in the splendor of modernity. Which express the positive view of modern culture? However, his deadpan manner endeavored to be devoid of emotional and social commentary

The picture is of the Postmodern Era and it depicts both two dimensional and three-dimensional art forms during the entire time period, which lasted from Postmodernists of 1960 to 1990 the picture rejects the ideas of traditional and conventional views, in a unique, more abstract styles.

It is a contemporary art auctions of Warhol's disturbing 1963 silkscreen painting, it depicts Tuna fish Disaster, expected to go for around $6 million-$8 million at Christie's, and the central show that everyone is supposed to be talking about it. It uses the white and black colors

It is a picture of pop art movement of depicts the of Lichtenstein h stencil work painstakingly which produced rows of oversized dots referred as benday dots which makes the paintings look like a huge mass publication and.