Medium: Oil and aggregate on canvas

Signature: Signed and dated lower right

Dimensions: 28in. h x 20in. w



Exhibited: Viviano, 1951, no. 5

Illustrated: Un Art Autre, by Michel Tapie, as Peinture, Paris, 1952

As Glasco worked toward his own true style he was influenced by the artists around him. Boy shows the influence of artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985), who had reportedly given Glasco the ratio of ingredients for working with oil and sand. As Micahel Raeburn states in his monograph, "It also introduces a motif that reappears again and again...a circle divided by spokes..."   Michael Raeburn, Joseph Glasco: The Fifteenth American, London: Cacklegoose Press, 2015, p. 78

Catalog #100


The Late Stanley J. Seeger Jr. Collection

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