at the Milwaukee Art Museum. Had an enjoyable time there last Saturday.
I love Andy Warhol and this iconic 100 Cans! I had to check if all the cans were beef noodle soup. I would have made one chicken noodle. Later I found out that John looked for the same thing.
Also a fan of Roy Lichtenstein. This one is Head--Red and Yellow. I really like the course halftone screens in his work.
And Marc Chagall, the Peasant Life. I have a small print of his that I bought years ago in college.
Love the color and shapes in this Wassily Kandinsky, Fragment 2 for Composition VII.
Then there is this Robert Motherwell, Elegy to the Spanish Republic XXXIV. There is a story that goes with this painting. And I will share in my next post.
And Frida Kahlo, Self-Portrait with Monkey. Love that monkey and those eyebrows.
And, of course Jackson Pollock's Convergence. This painting was huge and mesmerizing.
These photos do not do these paintings justice. If you live in the Madison-Milwaukee area I suggest you catch this show before it is gone. It ends September 20th. I don't think you will be disappointed.