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  • n. Plural form of expressionist.

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Examples

  • The history of the New York School of abstract expressionists is replete with physical and verbal assaults and counterattacks.

    Daniel Grant: There's a Lot of Backbiting Among Artists

  • The extent of van Gogh's impact on the expressionists is the subject of a dazzling new show at the artist's eponymous museum in Amsterdam.

    Shaped by Sunflowers

  • German "expressionists" such as the author of the "Fur-lined Cup and Saucer" which the

    LaRouche's Latest

  • Enter the "expressionists," designers we now associate with the '80s -

    artforum.com

  • USC Professor of Philosophy Edwin McCann discusses post-World War II social and political values surrounding the work of the abstract expressionists and early pop artists, focusing on the practice of court trial.

    Bettina Korek: Plan ForYourArt: September 30-October 6

  • But with rare exceptions—Mr. Wilner counts abstract expressionists such as Rothko and Barnett Newman among them because their art generally demands you be able to see the surface's edge—the appropriate frame can make a mediocre painting look decent, a good painting great, and a great painting sublime.

    This Guy Will Frame You

  • Many times, Childish's painterly style has been compared to that of Van Gogh and German expressionists, such as Edvard Munch.

    Susan Michals: Billy Childish Talks Van Gogh and His Definition of the Word "Amateur"

  • Gift is especially important when it forms the context for creativity — consider the expressionists, who worked for each other, to challenge, support, and teach each other.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Forget zeitgeist, the elements and sentiments shared by the abstract expressionists are not, in this exhibit, ghostly, they are tangible trading cards: symbols, color, spaces and voids

    Cat Weaver: Art as Curation: The (New) AB EX Story at MoMA

  • The abstract expressionists did not hurt for hubris.

    Splatter-Day Saints

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