Onement

Related to Onement: Barnett Newman

One´ment


n.1.The state of being at one or reconciled.
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23) Eventually titling the painting Onement I, Newman recognised that he had moved beyond trying to depict some cosmic void that reflected the tragic human condition or trying to imagine some spiritual rebirth from the darkness.
His "Stations of the Cross" (SOC8) was invoked in a thin oil-and-coal canvas, while another painting referred to Onement, l (ONMI).
Barnett Newman's Onement VI, the $44m top lot at Sotheby's New York's 14 May evening sale, for instance, changed hands for over $20m more than his Onement Vhad fetched the previous year.
Elsewhere Gershom Scholem's understanding of the mysticism of Rabbi Luria informs Baigell's consideration of Newman's Onement I; Similarly, Sander Gilman's thoughts on Jesus as a Jew who "speaks the language of difference," "a Jew who sounds Jewish" (p.
Lewison makes the connection to Newman in his description of another Neel portrait from this period, Black Spanish Family from 1950, where the background is a richly painted Indian Red: "Behind them the red wall, an interesting echo of Barnett Newman's Onement I (1948) and Onement III (1949), creates a somber if not mournful backdrop to life in Spanish Harlem.
IT'Sinteresting to read comments about Wayne's temper,no- onement ions what caused him to react.
During the harsh Persian Gulf summer, with no major buildup of American forces initiated, the Bush administration effectively accepted postp onement of major military action until November 2002 at the earliest, after which the weather would be more favorable.
All that brown, with a streak of light coming down the middle" could be taken as a description of the first of Newman's paintings with which the artist felt he could identify himself, done exactly two decades earlier than the Louvre visit, and retroactively titled by him Onement 1.
Strickland outlines the origins and does not attempt to offer a "history" per se, dating minimal painting from Barnett Newman's Onement I (1948), minimal music from Young's Trio for Strings (1956), and minimal sculpture from 1961 by a group of sculptors including Robert Morris and Donald Judd.
Another record was found for Barnett Newman's Onement V of 1952--an inky blue ground seared by a 'zip' of aquamarine--which again soared way over estimate, realising $22.
painting, such as his own inaugural "zip" canvas, Onement I,
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