Reduction Landscape, 1967

Heavy impasto oil with palette knife & brush on Masonite board, 54" x 60". This was at first a rather complex landscape, but at a later point, when he had returned from the day-trip, he reduced the forms down to what you see here; a simple sloped hill and some equally simple geometric buildings. This is one of his most important paintings and brings him strongly into the camp of the Reductionist School.

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