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Michael Goldberg, a representative of the second generation of Abstract Expressionism, has become known for his aggressive, gestural abstractions. In the 1950s, after studying in New York City with Hans Hofmann and José de Creeft, Goldberg soon came under the influence of Arshile Gorky, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko and other artists associated with the Eighth Street Club, including Frank O’Hara, Franz Kline, and Joan Mitchell. During these formative years of the 1950s and ‘60s, Goldberg leaned toward a dark, rich palette and often experimented with the media, for example, mixing oil and acrylic, or combined his paint layers with foreign matter, such as newsprint.
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