Georgescu-Clyfford Still

Dora Georgescu

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Clyfford Still Essay

Clyfford Still: From Representation to Liberation

 

Described as the most anti-traditional of the Abstract Expressionists, Clyfford Still is credited with laying the groundwork for this art movement that emerged in the years following World War II (Sandler).  His work is characterized by a shift from representational art to abstraction and ultimately strives for the expression of freedom and the liberation of the viewer. Continue reading