Medium: Watercolor on paper

Signature: Signed lower right

Dimensions: 14in. h x 20in. w


"To sit and gaze at Gaspé cliffs is to realize how petty all such artificially germinated ideas from urban art circles really are. Man can invent novel ideas within the limits of his narrow environment, but unspoiled nature is often a reproach to his shortsightedness. Marin undoubtedly felt the underlying significance of nature, but his followers apparently saw only the bizarre superficial quality of his intrinsic surface and the mere pattern of his conventions."

Catalog #169

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