Agnes Martin. Mountain. (1960) | Canadian-American abstract painter. Often labeled a minimalist, she considered herself an abstract expressionist.

Agnes Martin. Mountain. (1960) | Canadian-American abstract painter. Often labeled a minimalist, she considered herself an abstract expressionist.

Agnes Martin. "Praise from the Rubber Stamp Portfolio." 1976, published 1977 (One from a portfolio of thirteen rubber stamps, MoMA)

Agnes Martin. "Praise from the Rubber Stamp Portfolio." 1976, published 1977 (One from a portfolio of thirteen rubber stamps, MoMA)

Agnes Martin: The Iconic Painter on Art, Solitude, and the Secret of Happiness

Agnes Martin: The Iconic Painter on Art, Solitude, and the Secret of Happiness

Tauba Auerbach  Fold Painting IX, 2009  Acrylic on canvas /wooden stretcher  40.16 x 29.92 x 1.18”

Tauba Auerbach Fold Painting IX, 2009 Acrylic on canvas /wooden stretcher 40.16 x 29.92 x 1.18”

Agnes Martin. Untitled from the portfolio On a Clear Day. 1973

Agnes Martin. Untitled from the portfolio On a Clear Day. 1973

Agnes Martin. Untitled from the portfolio On a Clear Day. 1973

Agnes Martin. Untitled from the portfolio On a Clear Day. 1973

BOMB Magazine — Untitled Painting by Agnes Martin

BOMB Magazine — Untitled Painting by Agnes Martin

Agnes Bernice Martin was a Canadian-American abstract painter, often referred to as a minimalist; Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist. She won a National Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1998.

Agnes Bernice Martin was a Canadian-American abstract painter, often referred to as a minimalist; Martin considered herself an abstract expressionist. She won a National Medal of Arts from the National Endowment for the Arts in 1998.

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