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Jack Bush, Big A, 1968. Jack Bush was a Canadian abstract expressionist painter, born in Toronto, Ontario in 1909. Bush became closely tied to the two movements that grew out of the efforts of the abstract expressionists: Color Field Painting and Lyrical Abstraction.[20]

Helen Frankenthaler - Helen Frankenthaler 1928–2011 Nationality: American (b New York, 12 Dec. 1928). American painter, an important figure in the transition from Abstract Expressionism to Colour Field Painting. In her early work she was influenced by Jackson Pollock and she developed his drip technique by pouring and running very thin paint—like washes of watercolour—onto canvases laid on the floor - from www.bbc.co.uk/...

- "LOVE the colors" (take this and make more evocative of a dark, stormy cloud with sunlit field in foreground)

meredith pardue - individual collage-like shapes, similar colour field, works with small 3 turquoise shapes

.. 1949-G, (1949) Clyfford Still “By eliminating the distinction between figure and ground, Clyfford Still created paintings that confront the viewer with unmediated fields of colour. The black and craggy forms that punctuate the expansive red may remind us of landscape, but specific subject matter and meaning remain elusive. Like many of his contemporaries, Still refused to give his works titles that would confer fixed meaning, designating them only by the year and sequence in…

Clyfford Still- way of distributing colour/colour break up in col story

American painter Morris Louis (1912 – 1962). Louis was one of the earliest exponents of Color Field painting.

Helen Frankenthaler paintings - Helen Frankenthaler 1928–2011 Nationality: American (b New York, 12 Dec. 1928). American painter, an important figure in the transition from Abstract Expressionism to Colour Field Painting. In her early work she was influenced by Jackson Pollock and she developed his drip technique by pouring and running very thin paint—like washes of watercolour—onto canvases laid on the floor - from http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/artists/helen-frankenthaler-1113

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