Philip Guston Paintings

Philip Guston (1913–1980) was an American painter who was born in Canada, grew up in sunny California, and eventually settled in New York. Guston was originally known as an abstract expressionist painter, however in the 1970’s he completely abandoned abstraction and embraced his own unique style of representational painting. He began painting cartoonish figures with limited color palettes, mostly featuring reds and pinks on a light background.

Paintings by Philip Guston in Chronological Order:

     
Drawing for Conspirators, 1930 Bombardment, 1937 Gladiators, 1940
Martial Memory, 1941 The Young Mother, 1944 If This Be Not I, 1945
Porch II, 1947 The Porch, 1947 The Tormentors, 1948
Untitled, 1950 Red Painting, 1950 To B.W.T., 1952
Painting No. 9, 1952 Drawing Related to Zone (Drawing No. 19), 1954 Zone, 1953-1954
Untitled, 1958 To Fellini, 1958 Last Piece, 1958
Celebration, 1961 Close Up III, 1961 Untitled, 1966
Untitled, 1967 Untitled, 1968 Untitled (Book), 1968
Shoes, 1968 City Limits, 1969 The Studio, 1969
Brushes, 1969 Daydreams, 1970 Figure in Interior, 1970
The Room, 1970 Roma, 1971 Untitled (Wall), 1971
Painting, Smoking, Eating, 1972 Cerveteri, 1972 Untitled, c.1969-c.1973
Untitled (Cup), c.1969-c.1973 Painter in Bed, 1973 Pantheon, 1973
Deluge II, 1975 Head and Bottle, 1975 Transition
Web, 1975 Ancient Wall, 1976 Blue Water, 1976
Hovering, 1976 The Pit, 1976 Back View, 1977
Couple in bed, 1977 Inside – Outside, 1977 The Street, 1977
As It Goes, 1978 Painter’s Forms No. 2, 1978 Untitled, 1980
Untitled, 1980 A Critical Study Badhabits
Box Tree, Rome Clock Curtain
Days Work Entrance Green Rug
Head Inscapes. Words and Images Line
Moon Outskirts Room
Sleeping Talking Two fat feet
Untitled

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