(1919-1994) belonged to the New York School Abstract Expressionist artists.
YANEZ DE LA ALMEDINA, Fernando
(active 1505-36) High Renaissance Spanish painter
YEPES, Tomás (see HIEPES, Tomás)
(1610-1674) Baroque Spanish painter (Valencia), achieving local fame in his lifetime for his still-life and flower paintings. In a comparatively early pair of small still-lifes with figs and grapes, signed and dated 1649 (both Madrid, Prado), the fruits are delicately painted and depicted with an almost botanical exactitude reminiscent of still-lifes from northern Europe. Hiepes's last known work, Still-life with Basket of Bread (1668, Madrid, Prado), typifies the style he used for large and elaborate pictures. It is characterized by studied effects of strong, direct lighting and pronounced shadows. Although the painting recalls contemporary Neapolitan still-lifes in subject-matter and composition, Hiepes's careful depiction of the details of objects and his meticulous technique contrast with the broad brushwork of Neapolitan artists and his Valencian contemporary Miguel March.
(born 1940) American painter, primarily known for his abstract paintings, Minimal Art, Post-minimalism, and Lyrical Abstraction.