Westerns Welcome to the C.M. Russell Museum | cmrussell.org Barnett Newman (American, 1905–1970) 8,544 Artists and 51,771 Works Online SaveNot on view Rothko by Newman n.d. SaveNot on view The Blessing 1944 SaveNot on view Untitled (1945) SaveNot on view Untitled (1946) SaveNot on view Two Edges 1948 SaveOn view Onement, I 1948 SaveNot on view Abraham 1949 SaveNot on view Onement III 1949 SaveOn view The Voice 1950 SaveOn view The Wild 1950 SaveOn view Vir Heroicus Sublimis 1950-51 SaveNot on view Untitled 1961 SaveNot on view Untitled 1961 SaveNot on view Untitled 1961 SaveNot on view Canto I from 18 Cantos 1963 SaveNot on view Canto III from 18 Cantos 1963 SaveNot on view Canto IV from 18 Cantos 1963 SaveNot on view Canto V from 18 Cantos 1963 SaveNot on view Canto VI from 18 Cantos 1963 SaveNot on view Canto VII from 18 Cantos 1963 More Works View more works » If you are interested in reproducing images from The Museum of Modern Art web site, please visit the Image Permissions page (www.moma.org/permissions).
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Matthew Barney | Art21 Matthew Barney was born in San Francisco in 1967; at age six, he moved to Idaho with his family. After his parents divorced, Barney continued to live with his father in Idaho, playing football on his high school team, and visiting his mother in New York City, where he was introduced to art and museums. This intermingling of sports and art informs his work as a sculptor and filmmaker. After graduating from Yale in 1991, Barney entered the art world to almost instant controversy and success.... continue reading Matthew Barney was born in San Francisco in 1967; at age six, he moved to Idaho with his family. Links "Cremaster" website "Drawing Restraint" website Barbara Gladstone Gallery, New York Regen Projects, Los Angeles Matthew Barney on the Art21 Blog done reading
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