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Kline

 (klīn), Franz Joseph 1910-1962.
American abstract expressionist painter many of whose works are characterized by bold, controlled black strokes on a white field.

Kline

(klaɪn)
n
(Biography) Franz (frænts). 1910–62, US abstract expressionist painter. His works are characterized by heavy black strokes on a white or grey background

Kline

(klaɪn)

n.
Franz (Josef), 1910–62, U.S. painter.
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