Barnett Newman : Onement I (1948)  Amazing work with the line. It's funny, a Rolfer told a story of how she used to watch people observing some of his work and when they would walk up to it, they would kind of wiggle and find their line. It is amazing that his work can emote this in people...

Barnett Newman, Onement, Oil on canvas and oil on masking tape on canvas, 27 ¼ x 16 ¼ inches. Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Barnett Newman, The Station of the Cross - First Station, 1958.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

First Station Artist: Barnett Newman Completion Date: 1958 Style: Color Field Painting Series: The Stations of the Cross: Lema Sabachthani Genre: abstract

Barnett Newman / the cry, 1946 Expresionismo Abstracto EEUU love this paint

Untitled (The Cry), "I feel that my zip does not divide my paintings. I feel it does the exact opposite. It does not cut the format in half or in whatever parts, but it does the exact opposite: it unites the thing.

Concord Barnett Newman (American, New York 1905–1970 New York) Date: 1949  Medium: Oil and masking tape on canvas  Dimensions: H. 89-3/4, W. 53-5/8 inches (228 x 136.2 cm.)

Concord Barnett Newman (American, New York New York) Date: 1949 Medium: Oil and masking tape on canvas Dimensions: H.

Barnett Newman, Untitled (The void),  1946  Encre sur papier  61 x 45,7 cm  © Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Barnett Newman, Untitled (The void), 1946 Encre sur papier 61 x cm © Humlebaek, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

Barnett Newman 1970 ‘Be I’ (second version) , Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan

Barnett Newman 1970 ‘Be I’ (second version), Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan.

Barnett Newman, Canto VII from 18 Cantos, 1963, lithography (Museum of Modern Art, New York)

Barnett Newman, Canto VIII from 18 Cantos, lithography (Museum of Modern Art, New York)

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