What art movement was the painter Roswitha Doerig associated with?
Roswitha Doerig was influenced by the painter Franz Kline (1910–1962) who was her professor at Columbia University in New York. From her training with Kline, she retained a restricted palette and a broad, dynamic style of brushwork. Roswitha Doerig also created monumental art, working on stained glass windows, a mosaic, and taking part in the wrapping of the Pont Neuf bridge in Paris with Christo. She also created monumental tarpaulins and a mural, among other works. Doerig was an artist of her times—fuelled by the trends of the second half of the 20th century, she took an interest in the issues of the day.
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