Woman I by Willem de Kooning, Painted in 1952  When interviewed by a journalist he was asked how he felt about the fact that other painters were copying his work. he said" They don't have to paint the ugly ones."

Willem de Kooning - Woman - 1950 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York De Kooning's abstract expression of both delineated and inchoate femininity, Woman

De Kooning, Black Friday, 1948. Oil and enamel on pressed wood panel, 49 3/16 x 29 inches. University Art Museum, Princeton, NJ.

Willem de Kooning, Black Friday, 1948 Oil and enamel on pressed wood panel, x 39 inches

Montauk Highway, 1958  Willem de Kooning  Oil and combined media on heavy paper mounted on canvas  The Netherlands, 1904-1997, active  United States

Montauk Highway, 1958 Willem de Kooning Oil and combined media on heavy paper mounted on canvas The Netherlands, active United States // PROPORTIONS Mais

Palisade, Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning/ Abstract Expressionism/ Dynamic and strongly textured, extreme application, non-objective/ This paint uses rough strokes and contract color. It has no recognizable images.

“ Willem de Kooning | Door to the River ”  Many 20th C. Modernists and Minimalists were inspired by Plato's Theory of Forms; they believed that eliminating the distractions (emotional manipulators) of subject matter and sometimes color and brush stroke was the best way to portray a pure truth (Form) in art.

Willem de Kooning ~ Door to the River ~ 1960 ~ Olieverf op doek ~ x cm. ~ Whitney Museum of American Art, New York ~ © 2016 The Willem de Kooning Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Willem de Kooning studio in East Hampton, Archetectual Digest, 1983

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Willem de Kooning studio in East Hampton, last photo includes Elaine de Kooning Architectural Digest, 1983

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