George L.K. Morris
In 1936, artist George Morris co-founded the American Abstract Artists, to distinguish abstract, non-representational art from expressionism, realism, and surrealism. During World War II, he strove to convey the urgency of the conflict in his own abstract idiom. In Munition Factory, the fractured elements reflect the upheaval and uncertainty of the time.
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On loan from Art Bridges.Previous