Medium: Watercolor and gouache on Whatman board

Signature: Signed lower right

Dimensions: 22in. h x 30in. w


"I have found that my early interest in the figure, architecture and sheer picturesque anecdote changed into a more comprehensive grasp of things as a unit, in which the mood of the subject became its abstract meaning. I see no value in an abstract pattern, since such a thing cannot interpret the reaction to a comprehensive whole - rather, instead, it is towards some isolated and positive momentary experience. As one cannot successfully interpret a momentary atmospheric illusion, no more can he put much meaning into a too positive pattern and hold the interest of the beholder for long." 

Catalog #91

Type of Work: Paintings

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