20-518 Mid-Century Abstract Hard Edge Painting

$995.00

Offered here is an original abstract Hard-Edge painting on canvas signed AMB and dated 1969. It is 24 x 30 inches and is framed in thin black molding by the artist.

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Offered here is an original abstract Hard-Edge painting on canvas signed AMB and dated 1969. It is 24 x 30 inches and is framed in thin black molding by the artist. The condition is excellent to very good. There are a few dimples to the canvas and there is some rust staining to the canvas visible from the back.
The term “Hard-Edge” was coined by art critic Jules Langsner in 1959 to describe the work of painters from California, who, in their reaction to the more painterly or gestural forms of Abstract expressionism, adopted a knowingly impersonal paint application and delineated areas of color with particular sharpness and clarity. Artists associated with Hard-edge painting include Josef Albers, Gene Davis, Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Kenneth Noland, Bridget Riley, Frank Stella, Victor Vasarely and Larry Zox.