ARTH 287

20th Century Art: 1945-Now
Professor: Shell
Lecture 1: Abstract Expressionism #1

1. Pollock, Jackson, Autumn Rhythm: Number 30, 1950.
2. Photograph of Jackson Pollock as a Cowboy, Southern California, c.1927-28.
3. Newman, Barnett, Vir Heroicus Sublimis, whole.
4. Benton, Thomas Hart, Arts of Life, Arts of the West.
5. Rivera, Diego, Detroit Institute of Art, Industrial America (Detroit Industry) right on south wall, 1932-1933.
6. Pollock, Jackson, Going West, whole.
7. Masson, Andre, Automatic Drawing, whole.
8. Ryder, Albert, Elemental Forces. (Copyright Protected. Duplication Forbidden)
9. Duchamp, Marcel, Surrealism, Group photograph of "Artists in Exile", NY, Carrington, Ernst, Breton, Leger, Guggenheim, Duchamp, Mondrian...
10. Pollock, Jackson, Psychoanalytic Drawings, Wysuph, plate 40, pencil 14 x 11.
11. Picasso, Pablo, Guernica, whole.
12. Picasso, Pablo, Three Dancers, whole.
13. Pollock, Jackson, Male & Female, whole.
14. Eskimo mask, front.
15. Pollock, Jackson, Moon Woman Cuts the Circle, whole.
16. Pollock, Jackson, Pasiphae, whole.
17. Pollock, Jackson, Guardians of the Secret, whole.
18. Pollock, Jackson, Number 1A, whole.
19. Pollock, Jackson, Mural, whole.
20. Pollock, Jackson, Untitled, whole.
21. Pollock, Jackson, Number 1, cave painting detail, Castillo, Spain.
22. Pollock, Jackson, Number 1, detail.
23. Pollock, Jackson, Pollock at work in his Studio, photo by Hans Namuth.
24. Pollock, Jackson, Pollock at work in his studio at E. Hampton, Long Island, photo.
25. Pollock, Jackson, Pollock at Work, 4th photo.
26. Pollock, Jackson, View of Pollock's Studio, photo by Hans Namuth.
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