The Pratt Institute's 50 Most Groundbreaking Designs

Painting Number 2

Artist: Franz Kline

Year: 1954

Medium: Painting

Kline created black-and-white abstract paintings that highlighted the signifiance of lines. As a notable artist of the Abstract Expressionist movement, Kline believed that simply painting black on white also involves painting the white, and that the two are of equal significance.

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