Al Held, Scholes I, 1991. Courtesy of Robert Fontaine Gallery.

Revolutionary Artists of the 20th Century

Beginning with the birth of abstraction, the twentieth century was a revolutionary period for art history. In the span of just 100 years, the definition of art expanded to include the found object sculptures of Marcel Duchamp, the splatter paintings of Jackson Pollock, the long exposure photographs of Hiroshi Sugimoto, and the text-based provocations of Barbara Kruger. Below, discover a curated selection of available works by the twentieth century’s most celebrated talents, from limited edition prints by avant-garde provocateurs to unique paintings by historically overlooked visionaries.

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