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Although some artists subsequently radically changed their work in the 1970s and in subsequent decades. This list in incomplete. Among the artists to whom the term minimalist was originally applied are Among the other artists whose work might be regarded as related to minimalist art are Anne Truitt (1921–2004), American sculptorFrederick Spratt (1927-2008), American painter/sculptorAnthony Caro (born 1924), British sculptorEllsworth Kelly (born 1923), American painter/sculptorRobert Ryman (born 1930), American painterRichard Serra (born 1939), American sculptorBob Law (1934–2004) British painter/sculptor Among the other artists whose work might be regarded as proto-minimalist are In music artists whose work might be regarded as minimalist include See also
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