Today on Modern Art Notes: The third and final part of my profile of Clyfford Still, one of America’s greatest and least understood painters. (The Clyfford Still Museum opens next month in Denver.)
In part three I report on Still’s incredibly acerbic nature — and try to explain it. I also discuss how he seems to have been motivated by the Cold War and influenced by the American landscape. Click here to read — and to see more super Stills!
[Image: Clyfford Still, 1949-G, 1949. Collection of the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.]