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Joan Mitchell

Hudson River Day Line, 1955

Oil paint on canvas
79 × 83 in
200.7 × 210.8 cm
location
Denver
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Denver Art Museum
Denver
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Collection of the McNay Art Museum

Collection of the McNay Art Museum

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©Estate of Joan Mitchell.
Joan Mitchell
American, 1925–1992
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In 1950s New York, Joan Mitchell was a lively, argumentative member of the famed Cedar Bar crowd, …

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In 1950s New York, Joan Mitchell was a lively, argumentative member of the famed Cedar Bar crowd, alongside Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, and other notable first- and second-generation Abstract Expressionist painters. Based on landscape imagery and flowers, her large-scale paintings investigate the potential of big, …

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Collection of the McNay Art Museum

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©Estate of Joan Mitchell.
Joan Mitchell
American, 1925–1992
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In 1950s New York, Joan Mitchell was a lively, argumentative member of the famed Cedar Bar crowd, …

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In 1950s New York, Joan Mitchell was a lively, argumentative member of the famed Cedar Bar crowd, alongside Franz Kline, Willem de Kooning, and other notable first- and second-generation Abstract Expressionist painters. Based on landscape imagery and flowers, her large-scale paintings investigate the potential of big, …

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Joan Mitchell

Hudson River Day Line, 1955

Oil paint on canvas
79 × 83 in
200.7 × 210.8 cm
location
Denver
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