American artist, born in Montreal, Canada. In Philip Guston's early days, he often painted the social realism works of the KKK. In the 1950s, he and De Kooning became the representative painters of Abstract Expressionism. In the late 1960s, he tried new figurative works, linking with Pop Art and New Expressionism. The works of the 1970s are full of crude and hostile emotions. The paintings not only describe critical socio-political issues, especially the situation of the United States during the Vietnam War, but also show an understanding of life.
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