"Untitled" lithograph, edition 43 of 50. Layers of orange, yellow and red. Note: John Hoyland is often quoted in response to a question about why he rejected the label abstractionist painter because "It's just too abstract a word. It smacks always of geometry to me, of rational thought. There's no geometry, there's no rectangles in nature, no real straight lines." Artwork acquired with the assistance of the Martin S. Ackerman Foundation.
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