Departmental Bulletin Paper 《女Ⅰ》に見る宗教性 : ウィレム・デ・クーニングの女性像
Religious Meaning of "Woman I", Image by Willem de Kooning
オンナイチ ニ ミル シュウキョウセイ : ウィレム デ クーニング ノ ジョセイゾウ

立入, 正之  ,  タチイリ, マサユキ  ,  Masayuki, TACHIIRI

Willem de Kooning is considered as one of the great inventors of forms of twentieth century, and the fascination his drawings present, apart from their intrinsic qualities, is their revelation of this part of the creative act. De Kooning had always had a change of ainting style, probing creativity, pushing on from one style to the next style. The battle between figuration and abstraction was essential to his art as he had moved from black form to white color of the 1940s to the ferocious Woman Series of the 1950s, through the landscapes and lyrical abstractions. This thesis intends to reconsider the significance of woman series, especially "Woman I".

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