2 edition of Jules Olitski found in the catalog.
To accompany an exhibition at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, 8 January - 3 February 2001.
|Contributions||Sprawson, Derek, 1955-, Bonington Gallery.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear. AJ; pages. 10 x 12 inches. Jules Olitski has, since , been one of the world's major practitioners of abstract painting, bringing to fruition many of the pictorial ideas that the Abstract Expressionist only touched on "His style.". Belz, Carl. Jules Olitski: Matter Embraced, Paintings and Now (Sept 14–Nov 5, ). Knoedler & Company, ISBN: X. Unmarked text. Stamp on front.
The catalyst for these thoughts was provided by the critic Michael Fried, who wrote, in , that the paintings of Jules Olitski matched “the art of . OLITSKY--Jules (known as Olitski). Survived by wife Joan Fourgis (known as Kristina Olitski) of Meredith, NH and Islamorada, FL. Daughters Eve Olitsky of West Hartford, CT and Lauren Poster of.
Further reading: Neil Marshall, Jules Olitski: New Paintings at the Andre Emmerich Gallery, exhibition catalogue, Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York, Terry Riggs October Does this text contain inaccurate information or language that you feel we should . Jules Olitski, Jules Demikov, Jevel Demikovosky, Jevel Demikovsky, Jules Demikovsky, Jules Olitsky Ulan View the full Getty record. Information from Getty’s Union List of Artist Names ® (ULAN), made available under the ODC Attribution License. Exhibitions Slow Art: Painting in New York Now.
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New Painting: Frank Faulkner, Sam Francis, Neil Marshall, Jules Olitski, James Walsh, April 11 - and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at One of the original Color Field painters to emerge in the s, Jules Olitski was deeply concerned with the physical properties of paint.
In his early career, Olitski depicted abstract shapes with thick, heavily impastoed surfaces, but later took to layering thin films of spraypaint onto his canvases, creating a trademark atmospheric effect.
Olitski was always drawn to bright color Nationality: Russian-American. Jules Olitski was born Jevel Demikovsky, March 27th, in Snovsk, Russia, (now Ukraine), a few months after his father, a commissar, was executed by the Soviet government.
He emigrated to the United States in with his mother and grandmother and settled in Brooklyn. In his mother married Hyman Olitsky, a widower with two sons. Jules Olitski was a Russian-born American artist.
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s Drawing Board and Matter Paintings. s Stains and Sprays. s Brooms, mops, squeegies. Artist: Jules Olitski, Russian/American ( - ) Title: Luminous Dawn Year: Medium: Silkscreen, signed and numbered in pencil Edition:PP 3/9 Paper Size: x 35 inc.
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"Jules Olitski: 'Expect Nothing, Do Your Work, Celebrate'". Artsy Interview, April 8, Jevel Demikovski (Ma – February 4, ), known professionally as Jules Olitski, was an American painter, printmaker, and sculptor. Olitski was born Jevel Demikovsky in Snovsk, in Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic (now Ukraine), a few months after his father, a commissar, was executed by the Soviet place: Snovsk, Russian Federation.
Jules Olitski, a painter and sculptor who became a widely admired and controversial member of the second generation of American abstract artists, died. Jules Olitski. likes 3 talking about this. "Expect Nothing- Do your work- Celebrate". Watch the film "Jules Olitski: Modern Master" and join a discussion of the late artist, his life, and his work by TMA director Brian Kennedy, curator and critic Karen Wilkin, the artist's daughter.
Jules Olitski, who has died a was a lovely man and a beautiful painter, celebrated as a hero of American modernism from around to the beginning of the s. Jules Demikov. Jevel Demikovsky. Born Snovsk, Ukraine, U.S.S.R. Died New York, New York born Snovsk, U.S.S.R.
died New York City Jules Olitski. water based acrylic over magna acrylic on canvas Related Exhibitions. Color as Field: American Painting, Febru — Born: Olitski enjoyed enormous acclaim in the s and s, and in he was the first living American artist to be given a solo exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Revelation: Major Paintings by Jules Olitski draws together more than 30 monumental canvases from. Jules Olitski, original name Yevel Demikovsky or Jevel Demikovsky, also called Jules Demikov, (born MaSnovsk, Russia [now in Ukraine]—died February 4,New York City, New York, U.S.), Russian-born American painter generally identified with the Abstract Expressionist school known as colour was one of the first to use thinned paints in a staining technique to create.
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His large-scale abstract paintings feature fields of solid color with little depth or perspective, created by pouring, spraying, and sponging paints and dyes onto the canvas.
His monochrome aluminum sculptures reflect an aesthetic similar to his paintings, and he.All books have the title 'Jules Olitski' in white on the fronts. The slipcase has a little shelfwear particularly at the corners. Four of the volumes are catalogues published to accompany exhibitions in Paintings in New York and California; Peintures in Paris; Paintings in London; Pinturas in Madrid.