Circle; 1938-1941; American; Abstract Expressionism; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil on board; 31 x 32 cm
Painted terracotta, Etruscan Civilization, c. 510 BC; Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome
1946, oil on canvas; The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Number 11, 1952 (Blue Poles); 1952; American; Abstract Expressionism; National Gallery of Australia, Parkes, Australian Capital Territory; enamel and aluminium paint with glass on canvas; 212 x 489 cm
Gold and ivory, c. 550 BC; Archeological Museum, Delphi
Untitled; 1938-1941; American; Abstract Expressionism; The Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A.; oil on linen; 57 x 128 cm
Originating in the 1940’s in New York
Oil on wood, exhibited 1837; Tate Britain, London
1947, oil on canvas with nails, tacks, key, coins, etc; The Museum of Modern Art, New York
He also commanded Apollo 13, the mission that had to be aborted because of an explosion on board.
Director: Ed Harris. Also starred Jennifer Connelly, Bud Cort & John Heard. Plot: A film about the life and career of the American painter, Jackson Pollock (Harris).
1954; oil, enamel and aluminum paint on canvas
(1963-1970) One of the great left-handed batsmen. He had one of the highest Test batting averages when his Test career was brought to an end at the age of 26 as a result of South Africa’s sporting isolation due to its Apartheid policies. He made South Africa’s then highest Test score of 274 against Australia in 1970 & scored 125 against England in 1965.
Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture
Enchanted Forest; 1947; American; Abstract Expressionism; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, New York, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 221 x 115 cm
And geometer. The crater Apollonius on the Moon is named after him; c. 262-190 BC
Brother of Artemis. Also Phoebos Apollo.
Launched July 16, 1969. First manned landing on the Moon, July 20.
April 4, 1968. Unmanned Test of the Saturn V booster.
1942, oil on canvas; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia
A Saturn V launched Apollo 11 from the Kennedy Space Center on July 16, 1969 at 13:32 UTC. At 02:56 UTC on July 21, 1969, Neil Armstrong made his descent to the Moon's surface and spoke his famous line "That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind" six and a half hours after landing.
Also the god of music and the lyre.
Lovell and Anders became the first people to orbit the Moon. Lovell later had to be spectacuarly rescued from space in Apollo 13.
1953, oil and enamel on canvas; Musée National de l'Art Moderne, Paris
First premiered in 1928. Music by Igor Stravinsky.
1943; American; oil on canvas, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris
1952; American; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
1953, enamel on canvas; Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas
Based on the 1994 book 'Lost Moon'