WebMuseum: Abstract Expressionism
Scan day: 03 February 2014 UTC
Description: Short introduction.
Announcement: WebMuseum: Abstract Expressionism However great a disaster World War II was, it did at least mean that artists such as and Max Ernst, in leaving Europe for the safety of the USA, greatly extended their artistic influence. It is impossible to estimate how much they affected American art, but the fact remains that in the 1940s and '50s, for the first time, American artists became internationally important with their new vision and new artistic vocabulary, known as Abstract Expressionism.
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