Definition of Motherwell, Robert in English:

Motherwell, Robert

Syllabification: Moth·er·well, Robert
Pronunciation: /ˈməT͟Hərˌwel
 
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( 1915–91), US artist. He was a founder and leading exponent of the New York school of abstract expressionism. Many of his works, such as the series Elegies to the Spanish Republic (1948–68) were done in black and white oil paints.

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