Robert Arneson. Inspired by the ceramic sculptures of Joan Miró and Peter Voulkos, Robert Arneson turned to that medium in the late 1950s. He quickly developed a humorous style of portraiture, especially self portraits, in punning, ironic, or mocking modes. After confronting a diagnosis of cancer, the artist redirected his art in the early 1980s to address nuclear holocaust at a time of escalating armament by the two superpowers. Conceived when the United States and the Soviet Union t...
Johannes Itten, Ascent and Pause, 1919. Johannes Itten was a Swiss expressionist painter, designer, teacher, writer and theorist associated with the Bauhaus school. The Bauhaus succeeded in breaking down hierarchal notions of art disciplines, and believed that there was no difference between the artist and the craftsmen.
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paul klee- construction paper crayons plus paint background.