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Pattern and Decoration est un mouvement artistique américain du milieu des années 1970 au début des années 1980. Le mouvement a parfois été aussi qualifié de "New Decorativeness", défendu par la galeriste Holly Solomon . Le mouvement a fait l'objet d'une exposition rétrospective au Musée de la rivière Hudson en 2008.

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Miriam Schapiro

Miriam Schapiro (born is a Canadian-born artist based in America. She is a pioneer of feminist art. She is also considered part of the Pattern and Decoration art movement. Women In History, Art History, Human Rights Movement, Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Textile Artists, Textiles, World Of Fashion, Art Lessons

Miriam Schapiro - 70 artworks - painting

Miriam Schapiro was born in 1923, a remarkable figure of American-Canadian Feminist Art and P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

brooklynmuseum: “Today we remember a the artist Miriam Schapiro who passed away this weekend. Schapiro is a pioneering feminist artist who, with Judy Chicago, founded the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts in the first. Everson Museum, Agony In The Garden, Feminist Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration, Famous Women, Art Sketchbook, Art History, Fashion Art

Miriam Schapiro - 70 artworks - painting

Miriam Schapiro was born in 1923, a remarkable figure of American-Canadian Feminist Art and P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Miriam Schapiro Illustration Blume, Art Cart, Feminist Art, Art Database, Canadian Artists, Pattern And Decoration, Textile Patterns, Textiles, Color Theory

Freya-Miriam - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Freya-Miriam’ was created by Miriam Schapiro in Feminist Art style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Byzantium by Miriam Shapiro Agony In The Garden, Hard Edge Painting, Famous Words, Feminist Art, Art Database, Pattern And Decoration, Mother Earth, Vulnerability, Art History

Byzantium - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Byzantium’ was created by Miriam Schapiro in Hard Edge Painting style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Moving Away, 1985 by Miriam Schapiro. Cubism, P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Canadian Artists, American Artists, Masculine Art, Feminist Art, Traditional Paintings, Artist Gallery, Pattern And Decoration, Types Of Art, Figurative Art

Moving Away, 1985 - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Moving Away’ was created in 1985 by Miriam Schapiro in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Installation view of “Surface/Depth: The Decorative after Miriam Schapiro.” Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of The Museum of Arts and Design. Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Art Museum, Masters, Gallery Wall, Arts And Crafts, Surface, California, Frame

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft

The artist’s paintings and collages weren’t afraid to be over-the-top, exuberant, and even tacky. They were a sharp rebuke to the masculinity of Minimalism.

New Harmony by Miriam Schapiro, Fabric and paint on canvas Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Artist Miriam Schapir. Dada Artists, Italian Mens Fashion, New Harmony, Erin Gates, Indianapolis Museum, Feminist Icons, Global Style, Elements Of Style, Pattern And Decoration

20 Pioneering Female Artists You Should Know

German Dada artist Hannah Höch, a pioneer of photomontage and a feminist icon, would have been 126 today. The Guardian called her art’s original punk. We featured Höch in our list of female Dada ar…

Black bolero by Miriam Schapiro, 1980 Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Mixed Media Painting, Pattern Art, Jewelry Crafts, Paint Colors, Modern Art, Applique, Shapes

Black bolero, 1980 by Miriam Schapiro

With its use of collaged fabric and decorative patterning, ‘Black bolero’ exemplifies the two art movements that Miriam Schapiro helped to shape: feminist art and the pattern and decoration movement. Her use of appliqué and decorative motifs was seen as ...

Untitled (portfolio cover)  - Miriam Schapiro Portfolio Covers, Art Database, Pattern And Decoration, Cubism, American Art, Art Museum, Design Art, Creative, Artwork

Untitled (portfolio cover), 1992 - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Untitled (portfolio cover)’ was created in 1992 by Miriam Schapiro in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of design at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Miriam Schapiro, Painting City, collage, 25 x in, Grace Jones, Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Masters, Chevron, Cool Art, Gay, Collage, Stripes

Eric Firestone Gallery

Miriam Schapiro, Painting City, 1967, collage, 25 x 20.25 in, MSCHA014

Miriam Schapiro, Big Ox, Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 108 inches © The Estate of Miriam Schapiro, courtesy of Eric Firestone Gallery Yayoi Kusama, Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Geometry Pattern, New York Art, Feminist Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration, Sacred Geometry

Miriam Schapiro, a Leader of the Feminist Art Movement, Dies at 91

Painter, sculptor, and printmaker Miriam Schapiro, who helped spearhead the feminist art movement in the 1970s, inspiring generations of artists, died on June 20 at age 91 after a long illness. She is survived by her son, Peter von Brandenburg. Schapiro, who sometimes went by the nickname “Mimi,” was born in Toronto, Canada in 1923. She was […]

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft, By Alina Cohen. Installation view of “Surface/Depth: The Decorative after Miriam Schapiro.” Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of The Museum of Arts and Design. Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Land Art, Art Museum, Sculpture Art, Cool Art, Minimalism, Contemporary Art, Gallery Wall

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft

The artist’s paintings and collages weren’t afraid to be over-the-top, exuberant, and even tacky. They were a sharp rebuke to the masculinity of Minimalism.

Miriam Schapiro, "Anonymous was a Woman" acrylic and collage on paper, 30 x 22 in. (Brooklyn Museum, gift of Amy Wolf and John Hatfield in memory of Cynthia Africano, © Miriam Schapiro) Textiles, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Decoupage, Bayeux Tapestry, Feminist Art, Jewish Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration

When Textile Crafts Become Fine Art - Manhattan Arts

When Textile Crafts Become Fine Art: With Gratitude to Miriam Schapiro and Other Women Artists. Now, 21st century ideals of freedom, women’s rights, and a non-gender-specific world, allow us to perceive such textile-driven work as fine art instantly.

Kim MacConnel

Kim MacConnel, interior of Chez Es Saada restaurant Pattern And Decoration, Environment, Chairs, Restaurant, Fruit, Places, Interior, Inspiration, Home Decor

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撼动北非城堡 rock the casbah,青鸟的网易博客,网易博客,

Available for sale from Quint Gallery, Kim MacConnel, Black & White 2 Enamel on wood panel, 30 × 40 in Black And White Abstract, Black White, Pattern And Decoration, Painting Patterns, Beautiful Paintings, Wood Paneling, Abstract Pattern, Contemporary Art, Urban

Kim MacConnel: Black & White | Widewalls

The black and white abstract patterns by the acclaimed Kim MacConnel will be on view at Quint Gallery, in honor of the artist’s tenth solo show at their space! See the preview of these beautiful paintings

Joyce Kozloff

Valérie Jaudon

Geoform is an online scholarly resource, international forum, and curatorial project that focuses on the use of geometric form and structure in contemporary abstract art. Geometric Form, Contemporary Abstract Art, Pattern And Decoration, Public Art, Art World, Vintage Posters, Geometry, Drawings, Projects

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Featuring paintings, drawings, public art and critical articles, this is the website of New York-based artist and Hunter College professor, Valerie Jaudon.

BOMB Magazine — Valerie Jaudon by Shirley Kaneda Pattern And Decoration, Magazine, Image, Women, Fashion, Moda, Fashion Styles, Magazines, Fashion Illustrations

BOMB Magazine — Valerie Jaudon by Shirley Kaneda

Valerie Jaudon imaged | Valerie Jaudon. Photo: © 1992 Iraida Icaza.

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Cynthia Carlson ( 1942 -)

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Robert Kushner (1949 - )

Robert Kushner born 1949 Pasadena CA is an American contemporary painter who is known especially for his involvement in Pattern and Decoration He has bee Artist Art, Artist At Work, Robert Kushner, Camille Pissarro, Geometric Background, Pattern And Decoration, Henri Matisse, Medium Art, Art Studios

Robert Kushner - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Robert Kushner born 1949 Pasadena CA is an American contemporary painter who is known especially for his involvement in Pattern and Decoration He has b

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Geoform is an online scholarly resource, international forum, and curatorial project that focuses on the use of geometric form and structure in contemporary abstract art. Geometric Form, Contemporary Abstract Art, Pattern And Decoration, Public Art, Art World, Vintage Posters, Geometry, Drawings, Projects

Paintings

Featuring paintings, drawings, public art and critical articles, this is the website of New York-based artist and Hunter College professor, Valerie Jaudon.

Miriam Schapiro (born is a Canadian-born artist based in America. She is a pioneer of feminist art. She is also considered part of the Pattern and Decoration art movement. Women In History, Art History, Human Rights Movement, Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Textile Artists, Textiles, World Of Fashion, Art Lessons

Miriam Schapiro - 70 artworks - painting

Miriam Schapiro was born in 1923, a remarkable figure of American-Canadian Feminist Art and P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

brooklynmuseum: “Today we remember a the artist Miriam Schapiro who passed away this weekend. Schapiro is a pioneering feminist artist who, with Judy Chicago, founded the Feminist Art Program at the California Institute of the Arts in the first. Everson Museum, Agony In The Garden, Feminist Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration, Famous Women, Art Sketchbook, Art History, Fashion Art

Miriam Schapiro - 70 artworks - painting

Miriam Schapiro was born in 1923, a remarkable figure of American-Canadian Feminist Art and P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Find more works of this artist at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Miriam Schapiro Illustration Blume, Art Cart, Feminist Art, Art Database, Canadian Artists, Pattern And Decoration, Textile Patterns, Textiles, Color Theory

Freya-Miriam - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Freya-Miriam’ was created by Miriam Schapiro in Feminist Art style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Byzantium by Miriam Shapiro Agony In The Garden, Hard Edge Painting, Famous Words, Feminist Art, Art Database, Pattern And Decoration, Mother Earth, Vulnerability, Art History

Byzantium - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Byzantium’ was created by Miriam Schapiro in Hard Edge Painting style. Find more prominent pieces of abstract at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Moving Away, 1985 by Miriam Schapiro. Cubism, P&D (Pattern and Decoration). Canadian Artists, American Artists, Masculine Art, Feminist Art, Traditional Paintings, Artist Gallery, Pattern And Decoration, Types Of Art, Figurative Art

Moving Away, 1985 - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Moving Away’ was created in 1985 by Miriam Schapiro in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Installation view of “Surface/Depth: The Decorative after Miriam Schapiro.” Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of The Museum of Arts and Design. Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Art Museum, Masters, Gallery Wall, Arts And Crafts, Surface, California, Frame

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft

The artist’s paintings and collages weren’t afraid to be over-the-top, exuberant, and even tacky. They were a sharp rebuke to the masculinity of Minimalism.

New Harmony by Miriam Schapiro, Fabric and paint on canvas Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art Artist Miriam Schapir. Dada Artists, Italian Mens Fashion, New Harmony, Erin Gates, Indianapolis Museum, Feminist Icons, Global Style, Elements Of Style, Pattern And Decoration

20 Pioneering Female Artists You Should Know

German Dada artist Hannah Höch, a pioneer of photomontage and a feminist icon, would have been 126 today. The Guardian called her art’s original punk. We featured Höch in our list of female Dada ar…

Black bolero by Miriam Schapiro, 1980 Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Mixed Media Painting, Pattern Art, Jewelry Crafts, Paint Colors, Modern Art, Applique, Shapes

Black bolero, 1980 by Miriam Schapiro

With its use of collaged fabric and decorative patterning, ‘Black bolero’ exemplifies the two art movements that Miriam Schapiro helped to shape: feminist art and the pattern and decoration movement. Her use of appliqué and decorative motifs was seen as ...

Untitled (portfolio cover)  - Miriam Schapiro Portfolio Covers, Art Database, Pattern And Decoration, Cubism, American Art, Art Museum, Design Art, Creative, Artwork

Untitled (portfolio cover), 1992 - Miriam Schapiro - WikiArt.org

‘Untitled (portfolio cover)’ was created in 1992 by Miriam Schapiro in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of design at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Miriam Schapiro, Painting City, collage, 25 x in, Grace Jones, Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Masters, Chevron, Cool Art, Gay, Collage, Stripes

Eric Firestone Gallery

Miriam Schapiro, Painting City, 1967, collage, 25 x 20.25 in, MSCHA014

Miriam Schapiro, Big Ox, Acrylic on canvas, 90 x 108 inches © The Estate of Miriam Schapiro, courtesy of Eric Firestone Gallery Yayoi Kusama, Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Geometry Pattern, New York Art, Feminist Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration, Sacred Geometry

Miriam Schapiro, a Leader of the Feminist Art Movement, Dies at 91

Painter, sculptor, and printmaker Miriam Schapiro, who helped spearhead the feminist art movement in the 1970s, inspiring generations of artists, died on June 20 at age 91 after a long illness. She is survived by her son, Peter von Brandenburg. Schapiro, who sometimes went by the nickname “Mimi,” was born in Toronto, Canada in 1923. She was […]

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft, By Alina Cohen. Installation view of “Surface/Depth: The Decorative after Miriam Schapiro.” Photo by Jenna Bascom. Courtesy of The Museum of Arts and Design. Feminist Art, Pattern And Decoration, Land Art, Art Museum, Sculpture Art, Cool Art, Minimalism, Contemporary Art, Gallery Wall

How Miriam Schapiro’s Feminist Work Transcended the Line between Art and Craft

The artist’s paintings and collages weren’t afraid to be over-the-top, exuberant, and even tacky. They were a sharp rebuke to the masculinity of Minimalism.

Miriam Schapiro, "Anonymous was a Woman" acrylic and collage on paper, 30 x 22 in. (Brooklyn Museum, gift of Amy Wolf and John Hatfield in memory of Cynthia Africano, © Miriam Schapiro) Textiles, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Decoupage, Bayeux Tapestry, Feminist Art, Jewish Art, Art Programs, Pattern And Decoration

When Textile Crafts Become Fine Art - Manhattan Arts

When Textile Crafts Become Fine Art: With Gratitude to Miriam Schapiro and Other Women Artists. Now, 21st century ideals of freedom, women’s rights, and a non-gender-specific world, allow us to perceive such textile-driven work as fine art instantly.

Robert Kushner born 1949 Pasadena CA is an American contemporary painter who is known especially for his involvement in Pattern and Decoration He has bee Artist Art, Artist At Work, Robert Kushner, Camille Pissarro, Geometric Background, Pattern And Decoration, Henri Matisse, Medium Art, Art Studios

Robert Kushner - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Robert Kushner born 1949 Pasadena CA is an American contemporary painter who is known especially for his involvement in Pattern and Decoration He has b