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    Color Field painting, Abstract Expressionism, Post-painterly abstraction, Washington Color School. Morris Louis Bernstein (November 28, 1912 – September 7, 1962), known professionally as Morris Louis, was an American painter. During the 1950s he became one of the earliest exponents of Color Field painting.

  2. Morris Louis Bernstein (November 28, 1912 – September 7, 1962), known professionally as Morris Louis, was an American painter. During the 1950s he became one of the earliest exponents of Color Field painting.

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    • November 28, 1912
    • Baltimore, United States
    • September 7, 1962
  3. This is the official website for the American artist Morris Louis (1912-1962), developed and authorized by The Estate of Morris Louis, The Marcella Brenner Revocable Trust, The Morris Louis Art Trust, The Estate of Marcella Brenner, and Diane Upright Fine Arts, LLC, the exclusive Agent for The Estate of Morris Louis.

  4. Morris Louis became one of the leading figures of Color Field painting, along with his contemporaries Kenneth Noland and Helen Frankenthaler. In his short yet prolific career, most of which he spent in Baltimore and Washington, D.C., Louis continually experimented with method and medium, manipulating large canvases in creative ways to control ...

    • American
    • November 28, 1912
    • Baltimore, Maryland
    • September 7, 1962
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    Morris Louis Bernstein (November 28, 1912 – September 7, 1962), known professionally as Morris Louis, was an American painter. During the 1950s he became one of the earliest exponents of Color Field painting.

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  7. Morris Louis (born Nov. 24, 1912, Baltimore, Md., U.S.—died Sept. 7, 1962, Washington, D.C.) American painter associated with the New York school of Abstract Expressionism who is notable for his distinctly personal use of colour, often in brilliant bands or stripes.

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