Chronology

Motherwell’s work in the "Fourteen Americans" exhibition, Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1946. From left to right: "Figure in Red" (1945); "Maria" (1946); "View From a High Tower" (1944-45), "Personage (Autoportrait)" (1943); "The Door" (1944), "Pancho Villa, Dead and Alive" (1943)
Autumn 1946

Motherwell purchases two acres of land at the corner of Jericho Lane and Georgica Road in East Hampton. With Pierre Chareau as architect, he plans to build a house and studio complex using two salvaged army Quonset huts.

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