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Kenneth Noland | Spring Cool, 1962

Kenneth Noland, “Spring Cool”, acrylic resin on canvas 96 x 96 inches,

Turnsole  Kenneth Noland, 1961 Round n Round in Circles http://decdesignecasa.blogspot.it

just for the color scheme - Turnsole Kenneth Noland, 1961 Round n Round in Circles

Kenneth Noland. Turnsole. 1961

Kenneth Noland. Turnsole. 1961

Mysteries: Tide, 2002 by Kenneth Noland on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Mysteries: Tide, 2002 by Kenneth Noland on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

Kenneth Noland, Song, 1958  •	painting as object  •	Post-Painterly Abstraction  •	Clement Greenberg- each medium has its logic and teleology. Painting must explore pigment on support. Invents post-painterly abstraction.  •	Symmetry avoids relational composition  •	Shape determines parts  •	Industrial technique (limited touch)  •	Industrial brushes   •	Anti-expressive  •	Non-rational

“ ”Kenneth Noland’s paintings were based on the simplest patterns, target, chevron and stripe. In the best of his target paintings, like Song, he could set a splashy grey rim whirling.

Kenneth Noland - Drought 1962.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com

Droogte ~ 1962 ~ Acryl op doek ~ x cm. ~ Tate Gallery, Londen ~ © The estate of Kenneth Noland /VAGA, New York/DACS, London 2015

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