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Acrylic

A fast-drying paint made of pigment suspended in acrylic polymer emulsion. Patented in 1934 by chemical manufacturer Rohm and Haas, acrylic paint became popular in the 1940's.

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Abstract painting

Aubrey Williams, 1960

Gold Marilyn Monroe

Andy Warhol, 1962

Marilyn Diptych

Andy Warhol, 1962

Memory

Aubrey Williams, 1963

The Bay

Helen Frankenthaler, 1963

Canal

Helen Frankenthaler, 1963

Self-Portrait

Andy Warhol, 1964

Study for Lovers

Ibrahim Hussein, 1964

Night Creatures

Lee Krasner, 1965

Open No. 122 in Scarlet and Blue

Robert Motherwell, 1969

Hartley and Ginny

Alice Neel, 1970

A Song for the Nile

Tahia Halim, 1970

Untitled, 1970

Stelios Votsis, 1970

Elegy to the Spanish Republic No. 110

Robert Motherwell, 1971

Lake Reflecting Advent of Spring

Alma Thomas, 1973

Fiery Sunset

Alma Thomas, 1973

Now and Again It Flowers

Ibrahim Hussein, 1973

Belgian Colony 1885–1959

Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu, 1973-1974

Governor General Pétillon pelted with tomatoes

Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu, 1973-1974

Lumumba Speaks in Kinshasa

Tshibumba Kanda-Matulu, 1973-1974

Untitled

Tilsa Tsuchiya, 1974

Skulls

Andy Warhol, 1976

Still Life

Andy Warhol, 1976

Desert Pass

Helen Frankenthaler, 1976

Red Rambling Rose Spring Song

Alma Thomas, 1976

Scandinavian Beauty

Andy Warhol, 1977

Basin

Helen Frankenthaler, 1979

Blue Clamp

Jim Dine, 1981

Dusseldorf

Richard Hambleton, 1982

Naples

Richard Hambleton, 1982

Vienna

Richard Hambleton, 1983

Frieiburg

Richard Hambleton, 1982-1983

Jumping Shadow

Richard Hambleton, 1983

Marlboro

Richard Hambleton, 1984

Jumping Shadow (Sonic Shadowman)

Richard Hambleton, 1983-1984

Rain

Richard Hambleton, 1985

Wave

Richard Hambleton, 1985

Wave Length

Richard Hambleton, 1985

Jumping Shadow (3 red -lined boxes, sonic spinners)

Richard Hambleton, 1986-1988

Untitled, 1991

Stelios Votsis, 1991

Untitled #5

Agnes Martin, 1991

Magic Man

Richard Hambleton, 1993

Bloodscape

Richard Hambleton, 1992-1994

Untitled #10

Agnes Martin, 1995

What future for our art?

Chéri Samba, 1997

Untitled, 1998

Stelios Votsis, 1998

I Love the Whole World

Agnes Martin, 1999

Kites

Stelios Votsis, 1999

Untitled, 2001

Stelios Votsis, 2001

Gratitude

Agnes Martin, 2001

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