"Ferris Wheel" by Gene Davis, Lithograph on Arches, 1980
Gene Davis (1920-1985) was associated with the Washington Color Painters, and in his long career experimented with abstract expressionism, neodada, and proto-pop styles. He is best known for compositions like "Ferris Wheel"-- artworks composed of edge-to-edge vertical stripes. His belief was that lines rendered in this pure form allow the viewer to forget the structure and forms of a piece, but instead focus on the color itself. In this lithograph on Arches paper from 1980, the brown and greens come together to create a beautiful abstract of earth tones. Signed and numbered in pencil, edition: 250. It is offered unframed.
UNFRAMED: HEIGHT: 19½ in | WIDTH: 27 in
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