Collection: Brice Marden

American abstract painter, Brice Marden (b. 1938) is known for his minimalist, monochromatic early works using large swaths of muted color to convey a personal sense of meaning and feeling. His later works have become more abstract, using multi-colored lines intertwining and looping around each other on the canvas. In these works the focus shifts to his own gestural brush strokes. Edouard Manet (1832 - 1883) was a French painter and printmaker whose work transitioned from realism to Impressionism. He is an Impressionist in his attempts to accurately and objectively record scenes through the use of the ever-changing qualities of light and color. His Le Dejeuner sur l"Herbe ("Luncheon on the Grass") (1863) and A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1882) are seminal works in the Impressionist lexicon.

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