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story.lead_photo.caption Richard Tuttle’s “Three Europes Drop Through, #1,” a pastel on paper made in 1990, is among many items from the Arkansas Arts Center collection that are currently on display at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville. The work is part of the new exhibit “Abstractions on Paper,” which explores Abstract Expressionist work. - Photo by IMAGE COURTESY CRYSTAL BRIDGES MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART

Of the many schools and movements of American art, perhaps Abstract Expressionism is the most discussed. And why not?

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Whats Up, Pages 21 on 02/01/2013

Print Headline: Expanding On Abstraction

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