While it's no longer possible to create or edit a personalized collection, you can still view collections you've already built, or browse the Whitney collection online.
|1.||Helen Frankenthaler, Flood, 1967 68.12<|
|2.||Lee Bontecou (b. 1931) artist page|
|3.||Larry Rivers, Washington Crossing the Delaware, 1960 80.27<|
|4.||Willem de Kooning, Door to the River, 1960 60.63<|
|5.||Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled, 1958 72.2<|
|6.||Robert Motherwell, Afternoon in Barcelona, 1958 79.35<|
|7.||Morris Louis (1912–1962) artist page|
|8.||Joan Mitchell (1925–1992) artist page|
|9.||Franz Kline, Mahoning, 1956 57.10<|
|10.||Willem de Kooning, Woman and Bicycle, 1952–53 55.35<|
|11.||Jackson Pollock, Number 18, 1951, 1951 2002.258<|
|12.||Franz Kline, Untitled (Study for Mahoning), c. 1951 2000.114<|
|13.||Jackson Pollock, Number 27, 1950, 1950 53.12<|
|14.||Hans Hofmann, Magenta and Blue, 1950 50.20<|
|15.||Lee Krasner (1908–1984) artist page|
|16.||Arshile Gorky, The Betrothal, II, 1947 50.3<|
|17.||Steve Wheeler (1912–1991) artist page|
|18.||Jackson Pollock, Untitled, c. 1939–42 85.18<|
|19.||Oscar Bluemner, A Situation in Yellow, 1933 67.66<|
|20.||Arthur Dove, Ferry Boat Wreck, 1931 56.21<|
|21.||Arshile Gorky, Nighttime, Enigma and Nostalgia, c. 1931–32 80.54a-b<|
|22.||Robert Motherwell, Three Figures Shot, 1944 81.31<|
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