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You’re only dealing with whatever you know, which is a very small part of it and later on it’ll look like it has something to…
Usually when someone says a thing is too simple, they’re saying that certain familiar things aren’t there, and they’re seeing a couple maybe that are…
Tolstoy may not be showing that much of Russia at that time even. It’s hard to tell. You tend to associate the quality of the…
The older painting – well, it does have an effect all at once, I suppose, but it’s of a lesser intensity than a lot of…
The attitude and capacity of the factory, the old metal table and the new ideas of the wooden furniture quickly and naturally suggested the possibility…
I don’t think geometric art is… I don’t like to call it that. I don’t think it’s any more pure than pop art or anything…
But I think you have to – whatever the environment looks like, it does enter into people’s art work one way or another; it’s very…
Well, there’s a morality in that you want your work to be good, I suppose.
But I think that’s a particular kind of experience involving a certain immediacy between you and the canvass, you and the particular kind of experience…
Well, its very exasperating when you can’t get it right.
Well, I think there are artists who are more or less contemporary with Hopper who are more relevant.
They certainly aren’t connected with the old geometric art. My work isn’t geometric in that sense.
Stuart Davis has more to do with what the United States is like than Hopper.
And then we moved to New Jersey and I went to the Art Students League.
There’s probably more in the American tradition than people give the place credit for.
And that Newman wasn’t, and yet to me Pollock is just as radical and unlike Expressionism as Newman.
Pollock looks unusual and radical even now.
I think most of the best new work is intended to have much more impact at once.
Well, I am not interested in the kind of expression that you have when you paint a painting with brush strokes. It’s all right, but…
Well, I don’t think anyone now would say that they’re painting the state of the culture of America. I think that’s too grand and pompous…
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