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9/30/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/71218?locale=en In this lithograph, Figure with Striped Bodice, Pablo Picasso used a triad, purple, orange and green, as well as the complementary colors, red and green/ purple and yellow. I like how the subject was expressed while the abstract component was also maintained.
9/30/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/105389?locale=en Henri Matisse uses the complementary colors of blue and orange as well as purple and yellow in the pochoir, The Codomas from Jazz. I like the simplicity of this piece and how loud the colors are.
10/14/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/75650?locale=en This lithograph, In the Spring, by the American artist Grant Wood depicts the figure of a man, specifically a farmer installing fence posts. I like this piece because it is very detailed and is seemingly ironic because it depicts a smiling farmer in the middle of the dust bowl.
10/13/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/125896?locale=en Le Tricorne is a pochoir by Pablo Picasso, a Spanish artist. This piece depicts a figure dressed in a formal attire, who seems to have his/her arms in motion. This piece interests me because it's from a collection of costume designs for a ballet that Picasso designed himself.
10/13/16 http://www.moma.org/collection/works/79562?locale=en Male Model by the French artist Henri Matisse depicts a stationary figure through a slightly abstract form. I like this piece because Matisse used correct proportions while interpreting the subject in his own way.