For over 50 years, Philip Guston made artwork that captured the anxious and turbulent world around him. He became one of the most celebrated abstract painters of his time.
His early work included murals and paintings addressing racism in America and wars abroad. During the social and political upheavals of the late 1960s, he grew critical of abstraction. He began producing large paintings with comic-like figures, some of which represented evil. These paintings established Guston as one of the most influential painters of the late 20th century.
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