From deKooning to Warhol, the musings of the artists include Frankenthaler, Hoffman, Motherwell, Barnett Newman (my personal favorite in this film: "I believe that art theory is to me as an artist what ornithology must be for the birds"), Johns, Rauschenberg, Noland, Olitsky, Pavia, Poons, and Frank Stella. I was already a huge fan of "De"'s from the moment I saw his last movie MR. HOOVER AND I, and his courage and commitment are fully in evidence in this touching, thought-provoking examination of many of the leading lights in the world of Painting in New York City from the end of WW II up to about 1970. PAINTERS PAINTING is simply a wonderful movie by top notch documentary filmmaker Emile De Antonio. This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. These insights are priceless and I particularly liked the interviews with Stella,Newman and Motherwell as well as some insightful comments by the critic Greenburg. I wish there had of been time devoted to Rothko,Clyfford Still and Franz Kline but they cover the bases pretty well. The definitive documentary on the New York School Painters. Painters Painting: The New York Art Scene 1940-1970 is a 1972 documentary directed by Emile de Antonio. There's a problem loading this menu right now. As you can tell from the artist list, the film begins with Abstract Expressionism, winds its way through Hard-Edge and Color Field painting, before it finishes with the Grande Dame of the New York Art Scene of the 60's, Andy Warhol. Give it a watch, especially if you're on a date and made supper for a friend. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Painters Painting, itself an important art work by film-maker Emile de Antonio, propels us back into that existentialist time in such a complete and satisfying way, that we finish feeling like we just had dinner ourselves with all the suspects of the time at the Cedar Tavern . This is a documentary not to be missed. Director Emile de Antonio (Point of Order and Millhouse) interviews artists in their studios about their art from the period of Abstract Expressionism, through Hard Edge and Color Field painting to Pop Art. It also analyzes reviews to verify trustworthiness. Emile de Antonio's documentary of the New York art scene from 1940-1970 is a masterpiece in itself, equal to the works of art put on canvas by the artists interviewed. A great chance to see interviews with with major painters, critics, collectors of the NYC art scene of late 20th c. Dense,brainy,revealing, this doc. You really get a sense of what makes each individual artist tick and what inspires them to create what would later become near-priceless works of art in just under a half-century. Emile De Antonio's SUPERB portrait of New York Painting 1949-'71, Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 4, 2010.
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