- *1923 in Newburgh (New York), USA
† 2015 in Spencertown (New York)
- Worked with
- Painting, sculpture, drawing, prints and collage
The American artist Ellsworth Kelly developed his own abstract and monochrome style in the 1950s in opposition to the European Modernist trend and in contrast to the prevalent style of Abstract Expressionism. His geometric/organic forms can be traced back to his fascination with the visible world, including the array of plant life.