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Alma Woodsey Thomas fue una pintora y docente de arte perteneciente a la pintura de los «campos de color» afroamericana. Nacida y criada en Columbus, Georgia.

Irene Lagut in her studio, Paris, 1922. “In the spring of 1916, Picasso fell madly in love with Irene Lagut… The affair was on and off until the end of 1916, when they decided to marry. Then at the last minute, when they were going to meet family in Barcelona, she returned to her previous lover in Paris, a woman. It is also said Lagut had been kept by a Russian grand duke in Moscow… She and Picasso became lovers again in 1923 and one of his most famous works, The Lovers (1923), showing a…

Aleah Chapin (Brooklyn based artist) standing in front of one her paintings which show realistic physiques not typically shown in our society.

Grace Hartigan (1922-2008) was a second-generation Abstract Expressionist whose gestural, intensely colored paintings often incorporated images drawn from popular culture, leading some critics to see in them prefigurings of Pop Art. She subscribed to the Abstract Expressionist notion of the painterly brushstroke as existential act and cri de coeur but, like de Kooning, she never broke entirely with the figurative tradition.

Alma Thomas was an amazing artist! I really admire her work and enjoy sharing her as a mentor artist. She was the first African American woman at her university to earn a degree in fine arts in 1924 and continued painting until she died in 1978. Alma excelled in math and science and was inspired by the stars and the natural world around us.

Studio Art - Willem de Kooning Photograph by Hans Namuth Courtesy Center for Creative Photograph, shown in his studio, East Hampton, Long Island, working on The Dancer, 1972

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David Hockney: modern master of colour

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