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The bold and extraordinary oeuvre of the American painter Philip Guston (1913–1980) was one of the most widely discussed of his time. He was the first to return figuration to postwar American painting, was innovative in his combination of “high art” with images from popular culture, and is today celebrated as the pioneer of postmodern, figurative painting. On the occasion of the artist’s 100th birthday, from November 6, 2013, to February 2, 2014, the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt is presenting late works by Philip Guston as a milestone of American painting.
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Philip Guston, The Line, 1978, Oil on canvas, 180.3 x 186.1 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Painting, Smoking, Eating, 1973. Oil on canvas 196.8 x 262.9 cm. Collection Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
Philip Guston, Painter's Head, 1975, Oil on canvas, 185 x 205 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, The Studio, 1969, Oil on canvas, 121.9 x 106.7 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Studio Bench, 1978, Oil on canvas, 172.7 x 203.2 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Discipline, 1976, Oil on canvas, 203. 2 x 257.8 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Aggressor, 1978, Oil on canvas, 122 x 152 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, City, 1969, Oil on canvas, 182.9 x 171.5 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Aegean, 1978, Oil on canvas, 172.5 x 320 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip and Musa Guston (1941) © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Clark Coolidge: I am the first to have seen where I Live, 1972-1976, Oil on canvas, 48.3 x 61 cm Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Clark Coolidge: The Act of Painting, 1972-1976, Oil on canvas, 47,6 x 61 cm. Private collection © Courtesy McKee Gallery
Philip Guston, Musa McKim: Here we are, There Gabriela is, Ink on paper 48,3 x 61 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Musa McKim: I thought I would never write Anything down again, o.J. / n.d., Oil on canvas, 48.3 x 60.1 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston, Web, 1975, Oil on canvas 170,2 x 247 cm. Gift of Edward R. Broida, 2005 The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
Philip Guston, Talking, 1979, Oil on canvas 173 x 198.8 cm Gift of Edward R. Broida, 2005 © The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence
Philip Guston, Sleeping, 1977, Oil on canvas, 213.4 x 175.3 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
Philip Guston in Woodstock (1980) © Renee Conforte McKee
Philip Guston, Yellow Light, 1975, Oil on canvas, 171.5 x 245.5 cm. Private collection © The Estate of Philip Guston
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