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Published on Apr 16, 2014
Morris Louis made some of his most brilliant paintings, the series of canvases called the 'Unfurleds,' between early summer 1960 and late spring 1961, a period coinciding with John F. Kennedy's campaign, election, inauguration, and first few months in office. Alexander Nemerov examines one of the greatest of the 'Unfurleds,' the large painting called Alpha Tau in relation to the Kennedy White House.