Bridging the gap between realism and the abstract at Charles H. Taylor Arts Center

A century after Henri Matisse and the Fauvists began their revolutionary experiments with the raw language of color, the legacy of abstract and non-objective art is still being weighed by artists and historians as well as viewers.

Barely more than 50 years ago, the rule of the Abstract Expressionists seemed absolute in New York and the other great art centers of the world.

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