Arshile Gorky Paintings

Arshile Gorky (1904–1948), born Vostanik Manoug Adoian, was an Armenian painter who strongly influenced the Abstract Expressionist movement. In 1920 he immigrated to the United States after surviving the Armenian Genocide. Sadly, he lost his mother in the process. This tragedy would have a lasting impact on the young artist and his paintings. He has been categorized alongside Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning as one of America’s greatest artists. Towards the end of his career, most of Gorky’s works were heavily inspired by Surrealism and nature.

Paintings by Arshile Gorky in Chronological Order:

     
Park Street Church, 1924 Bound in Sleep, 1925 Man’s Head, 1925
Portrait of Azadoohi (Liberty Miller), c.1926 Pears, Peaches, and Pitcher, 1926-1927 Portrait of a Young Man, 1924-1927
Self-Portrait at the Age of Nine, 1928 Portrait of Master Bill, 1926-1929 Untitled (Self-Portrait), c.1928-c.1929
Still Life (Red and Yellow), 1930 Untitled (Cubist Figure), c.1930 Blue Figure in a Chair, c.1931
The Raven (Composition No. 3), 1931 Nighttime, Enigma and Nostalgia, c.1931-c.1932 The Barber (Composition No. 5), 1933
Night-time, Enigma, and Nostalgia, 1932-1934 Portrait of Myself and My Imaginary Wife, c.1933-c.1934 Untitled (Abstract Landscape), c.1930-c.1934
Leonora Portnoff, 1935 Battle at Sunset with the God of Maize (Composition No. 1), 1936 Child of an Idumean Night (Composition No. 4), 1936
Image in Khorkom, c.1934-c.1936 Organization, 1933-1936 Portrait of Akabi, c.1936
Still Life (Composition No. 7), c.1933-c.1936 The Artist with His Mother, 1926-1936 The Artists’s Mother, c.1936
Tracking Down Guiltless Doves, 1936 Woman with Necklace Marquette, 1936 Enigmatic Combat, 1936-1937
Painting, 1936-1937 Portrait of Ahko, c.1937 Self-Portrait, c.1937
Portrait (Head), 1938 Hitler invades Poland, 1939 Composition, c.1938-c.1940
Garden in Sochi, 1941 Garden in Sochi, c.1943 Waterfall, 1943
Waterfall, c.1943 Golden Brown Painting, 1943-1944 How My Mother’s Embroidered Apron Unfolds in My Life, 1944
Landscape, 1944 One Year the Milkweed, 1944 The Leaf of the Artichoke is an Owl, 1944
The Liver is the Cock’s Comb, 1944 Untitled, 1944 Good Hope Road, 1945
Charred Beloved II, 1946, 1946 Fireplace in Virginia, 1946 From a High Place II, 1946
Nude, 1946 Untitled, 1946 Agony, 1947
Soft Night, 1947 The Betrothal II, 1947 The Limit, 1947
Diary of a Seducer Mechanics of Flying Moma
Portrait of Vartoost Still Life of Flower Summation
The Observer Untitled Water of the Flowery Mill

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