Stedelijk Museum

The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, had a superb collection of contemporary art. A large proportion of it is world class abstraction. Below are some of the great works.




Piet Mondrian, Windmolen, c 1917.



Kazimir Malevich paintings from 1917-21.



Sonia Delaunay, Curtain Material, 1951.



Willem de Kooning, North Atlantic Light, 1977,



detail: Willem de Kooning, Two Figures in a Landscape, 1967.



detail: Agnes Martin, Untitled No. 8, 1981.



Richard Tuttle, Blue White, 1968.



Dan Flavin, "monument" for V. Tatlin, 1969.



Gordon Matta-Clark, The Land of Milk and Honey, 1969.



Donald Judd.



Ellsworth Kelly, White Curve 1, 1972.



2 comments:

essay-writing-place.com said...

I like actually two works here most: Windmolen and Two Figures in a Landscape. The latter is more becoming to my character, to be quite frank. I don't like the things that lay in front of me and are simply things, I like to look at the painting and see what only I can see and nobody else.
Collin

TAB said...

Thanks Colin, that later works talk to me about painting even though they are objects they still carry the history of painting and that's what is amazing about them.