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    Josef and Anni Albers Foundation

    2018

    In-text: (Albersfoundation.org, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Albersfoundation.org. (2018). Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. [online] Available at: http://www.albersfoundation.org/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    William De Morgan | The De Morgan Foundation

    2018

    In-text: (Demorgan.org.uk, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Demorgan.org.uk. (2018). William De Morgan | The De Morgan Foundation. [online] Available at: http://www.demorgan.org.uk/de-morgans/william-de-morgan [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Higgins, R. and Robinson, C. S.

    William De Morgan

    2010 - Shire - Oxford

    In-text: (Higgins and Robinson, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Higgins, R. and Robinson, C. (2010). William De Morgan. Oxford: Shire.

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    Kerrigan, M. and Robinson, M.

    Modern art

    2005 - Flame Tree - London

    In-text: (Kerrigan and Robinson, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Kerrigan, M. and Robinson, M. (2005). Modern art. London: Flame Tree, p.page 62.

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    Cite a Website - Cite This For Me

    2018

    In-text: (Orlakiely.com, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Orlakiely.com. (2018). Cite a Website - Cite This For Me. [online] Available at: https://www.orlakiely.com/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    ‘24’, Hans Hartung, 1953 | Tate

    2018

    Hartung was acknowledged as one of the leading abstract painters in Paris after the Second World War. His prints relate closely to the thousands of brush and ink drawings that he made in 1953-6. Dynamic compositions emerge from clusters of lines tracing repeated gestures. Hartung believed that these forms were comparable to those in the natural world. He wrote: 'Our organic knowledge, whether it is of the flow of blood or of the force which is in a growing stem, finds its parallel, its equivalent, in what we create.' Gallery label, August 2004

    In-text: (Tate, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Tate. (2018). ‘24’, Hans Hartung, 1953 | Tate. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/hartung-24-p77200 [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    ‘Spatial Concept’, Lucio Fontana, 1949-50 | Tate

    2018

    Fontana began to make holes (or buchi) through his canvases in 1949-50. At its simplest, this can be seen as marking the movement of the artist’s hand, like the brushwork in Abstract Expressionist painting. However, the puncturing ensured that Fontana literally cut between the space occupied by the viewer, through the surface of the canvas, to the space that lies beyond. Fontana saw this as evocative of infinity, claiming ‘I have created an infinite dimension’. Gallery label, March 2005

    In-text: (Tate, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Tate. (2018). ‘Spatial Concept’, Lucio Fontana, 1949-50 | Tate. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/fontana-spatial-concept-t03961 [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    ‘Untitled I’, Cy Twombly, 1967 | Tate

    2018

    In-text: (Tate, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Tate. (2018). ‘Untitled I’, Cy Twombly, 1967 | Tate. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/twombly-untitled-i-p77733 [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    ‘Untitled’, Thilo Heinzmann, 2000 | Tate

    2018

    Untitled can be seen as referring to a post-war period of painting which witnessed a rejection of the traditional conventions of the medium in favour of a move towards abstraction, both in Europe and the United States. The gesture and mark-making of the painter were crucial in this development, as demonstrated in the work of artists like Jackson Pollock (1912–1956), Hans Hartung (1904–1989) and Lucio Fontana (1899–1968).

    In-text: (Tate, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Tate. (2018). ‘Untitled’, Thilo Heinzmann, 2000 | Tate. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/heinzmann-untitled-t13301 [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Willem de Kooning 1904-1997 | Tate

    2018

    Landscape at Stanton Street’ consists of agitated black lines and ink spatters of varying density.

    In-text: (Tate, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Tate. (2018). Willem de Kooning 1904-1997 | Tate. [online] Available at: http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artists/willem-de-kooning-1433 [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Jane Neal interview: The meaning of marks - TextileArtist.org

    2018

    I have recently worked with paper, tree bark and metal linking with ideas about marks and writing. I love to use linen thread, preferably old threads I have collected. I also enjoy the way paper threads sit on different materials.

    In-text: (TextileArtist.org, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: TextileArtist.org. (2018). Jane Neal interview: The meaning of marks - TextileArtist.org. [online] Available at: https://www.textileartist.org/jane-neal-interview-the-meaning-of-marks/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Linda Colsh: Surface designed, layered & stitched - TextileArtist.org

    2018

    How would you describe your work and where do you think it fits within the sphere of contemporary art? My work is surface-designed, layered and stitched. The baggage of working in a traditionally women’s medium sometimes weighs heavily on the art world’s acceptance of what I (we) do. During my 6 years on the Board of Studio Art Quilt Associates, my focus was on keeping lines of communication open with the wider art world, educating the public about art quilts and fostering the acceptance of fiber as art. I took a lead role in rewriting SAQA’s definition of “art quilt” to make the art form more inclusive. I look for places to exhibit my work in art venues where the audience might be introduced to the qualities of layered, stitched artwork.

    In-text: (TextileArtist.org, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: TextileArtist.org. (2018). Linda Colsh: Surface designed, layered & stitched - TextileArtist.org. [online] Available at: https://www.textileartist.org/linda-colsh-interview-surface-design/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Richard McVetis: The act of making - TextileArtist.org

    2018

    In-text: (TextileArtist.org, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: TextileArtist.org. (2018). Richard McVetis: The act of making - TextileArtist.org. [online] Available at: https://www.textileartist.org/richard-mcvetis-act-making/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Siân Martin interview: The love of stitch - TextileArtist.org

    2018

    In-text: (TextileArtist.org, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: TextileArtist.org. (2018). Siân Martin interview: The love of stitch - TextileArtist.org. [online] Available at: https://www.textileartist.org/sian-martin-interview-the-love-of-stitch/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    About Turner Furniture

    2018

    In-text: (Turner Furniture, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Turner Furniture. (2018). About Turner Furniture. [online] Available at: http://www.turnerfurniture.co.uk/content/about/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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    Revolver Cabinet

    2018

    In-text: (Turner Furniture, 2018)

    Your Bibliography: Turner Furniture. (2018). Revolver Cabinet. [online] Available at: http://www.turnerfurniture.co.uk/gallery/collection-revolver-cabinet/ [Accessed 8 Feb. 2018].

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