Kenneth Noland Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Kenneth Noland Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Abstract Painter Kenneth Noland including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Kenneth Noland
Real Name Kenneth Noland
Profession Abstract Painters
Nick Name Kenneth Clifton Noland
Famous as Abstract Painter
Nationality American
Personal life of Kenneth Noland
Born on 10 April 1924
Birthday 10th April
Died At Age 85
Sun Sign Aries
Born in Asheville, North Carolina, U.S.
Died on 05 January 2010
Place of death Port Clyde
Family Background of Kenneth Noland
Father Harry Caswell Noland
Mother Bessie Noland
Siblings Lawrence Noland, Billie Noland, Neil Noland, Harry Noland Jr.
Spouses/Partners Cornelia Langer, Stephanie Gordon, Peggy Schiffer, Paige Rense
Children William Noland, Cady Noland, Lyn Noland, Sam Noland
Education Black Mountain College
Personal Fact of Kenneth Noland

Kenneth Noland was an American abstract painter whose works of art adorn many of the world’s best museums and galleries including the Solomon R Guggenheim Museum, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden. His minimalistic and abstract paintings played with the relationship between form and color and ushered a new wave of expressionism. He was not an accidental painter but received formal training and experience with some of the most well-known artists of the time.

 Most of his paintings were targets, chevrons, stripes, and shaped canvases. With these four motifs, he created a wide range of art that dabbled in different colors. Both symmetrical and asymmetrical forms found favor with him and he embraced them beautifully. His aim was to splash the canvas with color and not dilute it with brush strokes. For him, art was always about the art, not the artist. Throughout his life, he held many teaching positions and passed on his wisdom to other budding artists. He helped establish the Washington Color School movement. His entire life was dedicated to his art and he spent his final days in his studio. His children became artists in their own right and continue to spread his colorful legacy.


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