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Arranged by fellow Abstract Expressionist Robert Motherwell (the movement’s philosopher), Cy Twombly’s first solo exhibit took place in New York in 1951. Influenced by artists like Franz Kline and Paul Klee, Twombly became one of the most celebrated artists of the movement, creating work that seizes on the experiential over-representation and looks to affect the body rather than the mind. This reproduction lithograph depicts one of Twombly’s many sculptures. Generally made of found materials, he finished most pieces in white creating an ethereal effect.
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