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Home of the world's most intact public collection of a major American artist. 'Among the best art museum experiences anywhere' according to Smithsonian Magazine
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 17
On , a treat: audio clips, photos and memorabilia of with his . 170 of 203 audio files from the Still estate will be available to the public very soon through our website. More:
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 15
We're putting a spin on by sharing a 1969 photo took of a train wreck near his Maryland home. The photo explores the relationship between landscape and machinery, not an uncommon theme for Still.
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 15
As commencement ceremonies (+ parties) around the U.S. wrap up, we thought it would be fun to share a 1933 portrait of from Spokane University. Still graduated with a bachelor's degree in public school art.
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 13
"I am going to throw myself into art -- painting, to be specific -- with a gusto that may prove one a genius or a wreck." -- , 1927 letter to a college friend | Clyfford Still, PH-873, 1973. Oil on canvas, 92 x 78 3/4 in. CSM, , CO.
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 9
13 tips on from our archivist Jessie de la Cruz on . Curious what we have in the Archives? More than 1,900 items are available to view online through our website's archival research database.
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 8
, it's ! We're heading into the with a photo of unwinding in (1957). Join us this evening and every Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. for complimentary admission. Unknown photographer, courtesy Clyfford Still .
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 6
We're smitten with coverage of this creative couple's wedding at CSM featured in . Kismet or coincidence that their song "Angel Dream (No.4)" by evokes love letters in our Pati wrote to Clyfford calling him Angel?
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 4
Irving Sandler, art historian + critic who spent significant time w/the died Saturday. Sandler on as a teacher: "He did not teach about the mechanics of painting but tried to liberate his students from 'banality,' tradition and convention."
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 1
In 1935, met writer + artist at ; they were penpals for over a decade. Neagoe worked in Paris in the 1920s w/ and was friends w/ + . | Still's studio at Yaddo.
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ClyffordStillMuseum Jun 1
Replying to @mspjh1 @YaddoToday
We are stumped, but the some of the staff have suggested sandwich and others have claimed a rock.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 31
Artist once remarked that conveyed "the idea that an artist is nothing unless he accepts the total responsibility for everything that he does." | Clyfford Still, PH-31, 1951. Oil on canvas, 118 x 154 in. , Denver, CO.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 30
It's ! Make plans to join us this Saturday for the first artist demonstration in our new . cardholders receive free admission all weekend courtesy of their program.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 29
painted PH-653 in 1934 at . The small painting, regionalist in style, depicts a farmer holding an unidentified object. Any guesses what that object might be? | Clyfford Still, PH-653, 1934.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 28
Remembering those who died in military service today on . During , worked in the war industry on technical drawings of battleships. As it did for so many, the war changed Still's "life and vision." From :
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 24
Weekend Plans? From the : "A Light of His Own" gives viewers a chance to explore the man behind the paintings ... It is, without question, remarkable to move through the museum and see the point at which Still found his stride.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 23
ICYMI: The was closed on Friday after vandalization including white supremacist messages. The "sacred space for reflection" which houses 14 murals by reopened Monday.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 23
From on a show: “It sends the right message—that the Met is putting someone like Dial on an equal footing with a revered Modern master like Pollock,” says Randall Griffey, who co-organised the show.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 22
"The ? A paramount consideration in my studies and work from my earliest student days. In essence it is most elusive of capture or definition—only surely found least in the lives and works of those who babble of it the most." – | PH-118, 1957
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 18
It's today! Do you have a favorite photo or story about the Clyfford Still Museum? If so, please share. And join us for free Friday evening hours from 5-8 p.m. | Photo by Betsey Holley.
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ClyffordStillMuseum May 18
about Elaine de Kooning from . "De Kooning—born Elaine Fried in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, in 1918—not only infiltrated the male-dominated scene of downtown New York in the 1940s and ’50s, she was also one of its social anchors."
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