Essay heading: 1952 The Way it Really Was

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June 28, 1996

 

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These artists, referred to as the New York School, were generally experimental. (Works of Art) Other abstract artists rebelled against the self-absorption of the New York School and delved into existentialism. Mark Rothko used large-scale color blocks to create an overpowering material presence. Painters like Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, also abstract artists, did not want the viewer to rely on what he saw to interpret a painting...
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Painters like Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, also abstract artists, did not want the viewer to rely on what he saw to interpret a painting. Part of 1952 boom in consumerism-included housing. People could afford single-family dwellings and suburbia was born. A small suburban community called Levittown was built by William Levitt for returning servicemen and their families...
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