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Clyfford Still

Still, Clyfford (1904–80), one of the first abstract expressionist painters in the United States, known for his dramatic use of color. He abandoned his landscape paintings in the late 1940s and began experimenting with large jagged shapes and abstract themes. Still significantly influenced the work of younger abstract painters.

See also: Abstract expressionism.

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