Homage to Matisse
Newman by Rothko
White Irises against a Light Blue Background
The Red-Collard Coat
Church in Zoutelande
Garden in Murnau
Study for "Circles on Black"
Composition with Figures
Park in St. Cloud
Murnau - Grüngasse
Patrick Henry Bruce
|National Gallery of Art - Washington DC||United States (Washington)||97 artworks|
|Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus - Munich||Germany (Munich)||72 artworks|
|State Russian Museum||Russian Federation (St Petersburg)||47 artworks|
|Museum of Modern Art - New York||United States (New York City)||39 artworks|
|Tretyakov Gallery - Moscow||Russian Federation (Moscow)||30 artworks|
|Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam||Netherlands (Amsterdam)||30 artworks|
|Tate Modern - London||United Kingdom (London)||25 artworks|
|Tate Britain - London||United Kingdom (London)||24 artworks|
|Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, NY||United States (New York)||22 artworks|
|Centre Pompidou - Paris||France (Paris)||18 artworks|
Why 1914?: First abstracts movements in Russia with Suprematism and in France with Orphism.
Why 1960?: The Golden Age of Abstract art ended in the Sixties, replaced by Pop Art. However, the style has never really disappeared and is still a important part of the contemporary art production.