November 1st, 2005
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: Rocky Mountains
Let's have a look at the artistic genius of jewess Helen Frankenthaler
CONNECTED BY JOY, 1967-70, Etching with aquatint 16.5 x 21 inches Ed/27, $9,000.
One of the defining artists of American Abstract Expressionism, Frankenthaler was born in New York in 1928. Trained at Bennington College and with Wallace Harrison and Hans Hofmann, Frankenthaler is concerned with developing a close relationship between image and surface and with the specifics of the medium of paint. One of Frankenthaler's favored techniques, staining the canvas with the pigment and allowing the different layers to show through, has become a quintessential characteristic of Abstract Expressionism in general, and her work in particular.
[ Of course, to the untrained (and untrainable) mind of the stupid goy, this might look like three large turds connected with red, yellow, and blue lines. But only the superior jewish brain coupled with advanced aesthetic education can see the subtlety, the hidden beauty, and the ultimate final auction price (after the artists dies). Lest a foolish goy thinks he can produce work of this high caliber, remember that the keen eyes of jew art collectors, jew art critics, jew gallery owners, jew art agents, jew art publishers, and jew curators can immediately spot clumsy gentile attempts to emulate jewish masters. --L.D.]
More of Frankenthaler's artistic genius:
SNOW PINES, 2004
34-color Ukiyo-e woodcut, printed with 16 woodblocks
37.5 x 26 inches Ed/65
Artist: Helen Frankenthaler Title: Untitled Year: 1996
Medium: acrylic on paper Size: 76.5 x 58.0 cm
Black Sun Drawing with Red, 1960, oil on paper, 14 x 23"
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