Abstract expressionist painter whose best-known functions included “Female We,” “Attic,” and “Excavation.” His 1st solo show is at 1948 in the Charles Egan Gallery. He worked well as an associate to the artwork director in a Rotterdam division store through the 1920s. He also created a enthusiasm for jazz after going to the Savoy Ballroom many times in 1932 with muralist David Margolis. His painting, “Female III,” offered for an astounding $137 million in 2006. He was created in to the working-class category of Leendert de Kooning and Cornelia Nobel; he resided with his mom pursuing his parents’ 1907 divorce. He wedded Elaine Marie Fried in 1943. He and Jackson Pollock had been both abstract expressionists from the New York College; additional painters in the institution included Clyfford Still, Anne Ryan, and Adolph Gottlieb.
|1||He was awarded the American National Medal of the Arts in 1986 by the National Endowment of the Arts in Washington D.C.|
|2||He was a painter.|
|3||Is portrayed by Val Kilmer in Pollock (2000)|
|4||Biography in: "American National Biography". Supplement 1, pp. 150-152. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.|
|Ten Modern Artists||1964||TV Mini-Series||Subject|
|Omnibus||1995||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|De kooning on de kooning||1982||Documentary||Himself|
|Painters Painting||1973||Documentary||Himself (painter)|
|Who Gets to Call It Art?||2006||Documentary||Himself|
|Robert Rauschenberg: Man at Work||1997||Documentary||Himself|
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|1||[on 'The Connoisseur', Norman Rockwell's satirical view of Jackson Pollock's art] Square inch by square inch, it's better than Jackson.|
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