2011/07/06

Cy Twombly - Some favorite works


“To paint involves a certain crisis, or at least a
critical moment of sensation or release.”

Cy Twombly, 1957


Cy Twombly’s desk (Photo by David Seidner from Artists at Work)

Cy Twombly, whose spare, childlike scribbles and poetic engagement with antiquity left him stubbornly out of step with the movements of postwar American art even as he became one of the era’s most important painters, died on Tuesday in Rome. He was 83.


Cy Twombly, Natural History Part I: Muschrooms No IV, 1974


Cy Twombly, Suma, 1982


Cy Twombly,Wilder Shores of Love, 1985



Cy Twombly, Pan, 1975

Cy Twombly, Lepanto, 2001 (panel 9 of 12)


Cy Twombly, Nini’s Painting, Roma, 1971


Cy Twombly, Untitled 1974


Cy Twombly, Achilles Mourning the Death of Patroclus, 1962


Cy Twombly, Pan II, 1980

Cy Twombly, Untitled (Bolsena)
 


Cy Twombly, Panorama, 1955


Cy Twombly, Untitled, 1970



Cy Twombly, Nightwatch, 1966

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