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Robert Motherwell via Keep it Chic

Robert Motherwell ‘Works On Paper, 1951-1991′ (Keep it Chic)

Robert Motherwell, ink on paper, 1965 From the “Lyric Suite” Dedalus Foundation / Paul Kasmin Gallery

'Elegy to the Spanish Republic' by Robert Motherwell

Robert Motherwell - "Elegy to the Spanish Republic" we could also choose an artist that inspires us/our decorations for that party if we dont have a visiting artist that time

Robert Motherwell - Delos, 1990

lawrenceleemagnuson: “ Robert Motherwell Delos acrylic and pasted papers on canvas mounted on panel x 61 cm ”

Robert Motherwell, 'First Love,' 1967, Paul Kasmin Gallery

Available for sale from Paul Kasmin Gallery, Robert Motherwell, First Love Acrylic and pasted paper on pa, 30 × 22 in

Robert Motherwell, Elegy to the Spanish Republic No. 1 (1948), via Artsy.net

From Dedalus Foundation, Robert Motherwell, Elegy to the Spanish Republic No. 1 India ink on paper, 10 × 8 in

“Robert Motherwell Octavio Paz, Three Poems 4, 1987 Lithograph on Japon with Chine Colle ”

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Artist: Robert Motherwell, American (b 24 Jan 1915 - Title: Octavio Paz, Three Poems 4 Year: 1987 Medium: Lithograph on Japon with Chine Colle

Robert Motherwell, 'Mexican Collage,' 1979, Bernard Jacobson Gallery

Available for sale from Bernard Jacobson Gallery, Robert Motherwell, Mexican Collage Acrylic and paper collage on canvas, × 94 cm

Robert Motherwell (American, 1915-1991): Early Work / Smaller Work

mid-century Husband & wife=power couple Robert Motherwell b. Provincetown Robert Motherwell was born.

Motherwell - Cayden's Design Inspiration

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Robert Motherwell - Octavio Paz, Three Poems 8 black and white wall decor black and white home decor black and white painting oil black and white painting acrylic

Robert Motherwell in studio painting Reconciliation Elegy

* Mary Camille Beckman * I had already loved Robert Motherwell’s painting Reconciliation Elegy already claimed it as my favorite painting—for years before I tried to account for that …