One of the most striking of abstract art's appearance is her nakedness, an art stripped bare.
1951 Paper given at a symposium, 5 Feb, at the Museum of Modern Art, NewYork, published in What Abstract Art Means to Me: Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art (Spring1951).
Every intelligent painter carries the whole culture of modern painting in his head?everything he paints is both an homage and a critique.Robert Motherwell
All my life I've beenworking on the workevery canvas a sentence or paragraph of it. Each picture is onlyan approximation of what I want.Robert Motherwell