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ilovetocollectart:  Ellsworth Kelly - Yellow White, 1951, Oil on canvas, 213.4 x 141.5 cm

Elsworth Kelly - Yellow White, Kelly's work is very intriguing to me. These two obviously hand drawn forms seem to put pressure on one another and play with movement. They seem completely identical but are they?

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Drawn from Nature: The Plant Lithographs of Ellsworth Kelly

Always Be An Emerging Artist: Ellsworth Kelly: Plant Drawings and John Marin

“Leaves, Ile St. Louis” (1950) by Ellsworth Kelly. The artist collects drawings by greats such as Matisse and Picasso.

Ellsworth Kelly Casts His Cold Eye on Art Market, Peers

Louis” by Ellsworth Kelly. The artist collects drawings by greats such as Matisse and Picasso. (via Ellsworth Kelly Casts His Cold Eye on Art Market, Peers - Bloomberg)

Ellsworth Kelly (American, born 1923). Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance. 1951

A new collection is coming / inspiration Ellsworth Kelly, "Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance," 1951

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On the Nature of Abstraction: Ellsworth Kelly

ELLSWORTH KELLY: Plant Lithographs from the Artist's Collection 						1973-74transfer lithograph on 300-gram Arches Paper  Grape Leaves

Ellsworth Kelly, Grape Leaves III, Lithograph on Arches paper, x inches. Edition of © Ellsworth Kelly and Gemini G. Collection of the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation.

Art & Botany: Ellsworth Kelly's Plant Drawings | Garden Design

tremendousandsonorouswords: “ Ellsworth Kelly, Four Sunflowers, 1967 ”

Ellsworth Kelly, Plant Drawings From The Financial Times: “Rendered primarily in pencil or ink, but occasionally awash in watercolour, the botanicals take drawing to its most simplified form while...

Ellsworth Kelly, Plant Drawings From The Financial Times: “Rendered primarily in pencil or ink, but occasionally awash in watercolour, the botanicals take drawing to its most simplified form while.

Ellsworth Kelly’s Plant Drawings at the Met - The New York Times

Ellsworth Kelly’s Plant Drawings at the Met

“Ellsworth Kelly Plant Drawings,” at the Metropolitan Museum shows how figurative works have shaped the art of an abstract painter and sculptor.

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