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Peter Duggan39s Artoons Jackson Pollock and Clement Greenberg

Peter Duggan39s Artoons Jackson Pollock and Clement Greenberg


Jackson Pollock Greeting Card

Futurism Greeting Card

Ancient Egypt vs ancient Greece

Michelangelo Greeting Card

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Tag: Roy Lichtenstein


A Furnishing Nightmare

Did I get this wrong? I can't properly tell. The idea for this joke was to have the British artist Julian Opie as Dorian Gray.

The Raft of Medusa

I was walking down the street the other day and Damien Hirst happened to be walking the other way. We passed. Not a thing! He acted as if he didn't know me.

Cartoon depicting awkward conversation between Julian Opie figure and other guests at a party

Tag: Claude Monet

A Damien Hirst tragedy

Pre Raphaelite Greeting Card

There's an exhibition here in London on Ice Age art at the incomparable British Museum. There was also, at the time of the cartoon's publication, ...

Tag: Rene Magritte

The book blog Random Things Through My Letterbox has posted a very nice review of my book. You can view it by CLICKING THIS SERIES OF WORDS IN CAPITAL ...

I have a new book out, mysteriously titled “Peter Duggan's Artoons”.

A light yet bulbous moment

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera – so much drive.

This cartoon from Autonomie is based on João Abel Manta's “A Difficult Problem,” 1975. Here, Manta's map of Portugal is replaced with the Gilbert Shelton ...

Tag: Giuseppe Arcimboldo

What's the difference between a painting of a flag on a piece of canvas and an actual flag? Unbelievably, this was a question Schopenhauer and Nietzsche had ...

Roy Lichtenstein ...

Clement Greenberg (top), Harold Rosenberg, and (right) Willem de Kooning.

Let us return, finally, to the larger cultural issue at stake: the pas de deux of high modernist artworks and their mass, or vernacular, counterparts.

Cartoon showing Lucian Freud painting portrait of Queen Elizabeth II


In particular, Steinberg was quite taken with the art works of Jackson Pollock and Jasper Johns, who were both causing quite a bit of controversy in the New ...

Peter in Argentina 

Peggy Guggenheim and Jackson Pollock with the mural in the entrance hall of her town house

Citation: Clement Greenberg and Helen Frankenthaler, / unidentified photographer. André Emmerich Gallery records and André Emmerich papers, Archives of ...

Art inspired greeting cards and cartoons (Artoons) from Peter Duggan – Duggoons

This was seen by umpteen influential visitors including the critic Clement Greenberg who promptly wrote an article declaring Pollock 'the ...

Roy Lichtenstein, Whaam! 1963 (Tate. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein/DACS

Jackson Pollock: Nr. 12, 1949, oil on paper, 78 x 57 cm, 1949, Private collection

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Pop art

Finally, things are getting more interesting in the galleries, with a certain explosion of material and geometry as well as heightened states of awareness.

Mother Goddess A miniature painting of the Pahari style, dating to the eighteenth century. Pahari and Rajput miniatures share many common features.

I recently read a book, or much of a book, called The Philosophy of Physics, by Tim Maudlin.

Peter Heinrich von Blanckenhagen

Career (1936–1954)[edit]

One: Number 31 Jackson Pollock ...


Le Corbusier, remembered: Paris celebrates an icon of modernism with a trio of exhibitions


Stella's swagger made him a god of the sixties art world.

Why Jackson Pollock gave up painting

... Cora Kelley Ward, David Porter, John Charles Ford, Louis Siegriest, Isamu Noguchi and this Pollock. Full biographic story available upon request.

Gandhi soon chose Nandalal as the prime artist of his non-violent revolution, uniting Nandalal's art with the very birth of modern India.

Nude Descending a Staircase by Marcel Duchamp was exhibited in the Armory Show in New York in 1913, which was the first proper taste of European avant-garde ...

I'm tickled to be cited in my friend Deborah Solomon's new biography, “American Mirror: The Life and Art of Norman Rockwell,” as “the first hip young art ...

But later she has her own monologue, renouncing Khan-Dagon's "mad schemes"-- even though he doesn't seem to be literally possessing her-- and swears that ...

Peter Ballantine

[catalogue of the exhibit, May 1990]. Luis Camnitzer, New Art from Cuba (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994; 2003 reprint), p. 240, illus.

The Great Blue Frog and the Snake or Art Critic. Something is wrong here.

Settlement with the Monkeys Uncensored


More Favorites from the Tate: Peter Doig and Luc Tuymans



Deitch test-drives a project devised for the Art Parade, which he helps finance with the proceeds of his business as a dealer. “The art world usedto be a ...

While the critic Clement Greenberg described de Kooning as "an outright abstract painter," little did he know that de Kooning painted figuratively and ...



At a quick glance some fans might see the Lee-Ditko Spider-Man as a satirical jab at the Siegel-Shuster hero. And there are moments of satire present in ...

Chase Peterson-Withorn | Forbees | November 14, ...

Dumb Painting by Frances Colpitt | ART LIES: A Contemporary Art Quarterly

things of good cheer

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, Arkansas/©Figge Art Museum, successors to the Estate of Nan Wood Graham/Licensed by VAGA, New York, ...

“Brace of Pheasants,” circa 1926.

Bettmann - Illustration of Wolf Approaching Little Red Riding Hood

Stanley Kubrick, Woman on the Canal Street subway platform, from 'Life and Love

... Get Smart TV show created by Mel Brooks and Buck Henry and starring Don Adams and Barbara Feldon. It is based on the first episode of the series.

Gallery 2, l to r, “Farest of Stars”, “The Bee Loud Glade”, “Aeolus”

Along with some linguistic discussion, Language Log writer Mark Liberman included some of these cartoons. Remember: they date from the 1940s!

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Here appears the seemingly original notion: the sinners in the hell-city are obliged to participate in the city's economy because they still experience ...

Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac Spotify Playlist

Castelli in 1960 with works by Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, Lee Bontecou, Edward Higgins, and Robert Rauschenberg.

DEATH & SKULLS | Steeplechase :: Coney Island :: Funny face

1938-41) by Jackson Pollock. The Art Institute of

Peter Paul Rubens, The Massacre of the Innocents