Morris Louis, Point of Tranquility, acrylic on canvas, 1960 1 of 2 "The more I paint the more I'm aware of a difference in my approach and others. Am distrustful of over-simplifications but nonetheless think that there is nothing very new in any period of art: what is true is that it is only something new for the painter & that this thin edge is what matters."

Morris Louis, Point of Tranquility, Acrylic resin (Magna) on canvas, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

morris louis | Morris Louis, Tet , 1958. Synthetic polymer on canvas, 95 × 153 in ...

arsvitaest: “ Morris Louis, Tet, 1958 Synthetic polymer on canvas Whitney Museum of American Art ”

Gamma - Morris Louis

Gamma - Morris Louis Completion Date: 1960 Style: Color Field Painting Period: Mature Works Series: Veil Genre: abstract Technique: oil on canvas Dimensions: x cm

Morris Louis

Morris Louis

Morris Louis, Dalet zayin, synthetic polymer paint on unprimed canvas, h x w cm

Morris Louis became one of the leading figures of Color Field painting, along with his contemporaries Kenneth Noland and Helen Frankenthaler. In his short yet prolific career, which he spent in Baltimore &Washington, D.C., he continually experimented with method &medium, manipulating large canvases in creative ways to control the flow & stain of his acrylic paints.

A wonderful example of Washington, DC artist, Morris Louis' stained canvas paintings, "Seal, in the Phillips Collection near Dupont Circle.

66030: Morris Louis (1912-1962) Blue Pilaster II, 1960

Morris Louis Blue Pilaster II, 1960 Acrylic resin (Magna) on canvas 83 x inches x - Available at 2016 November 11 Modern &.

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