16" x 12"
Painting - Acrylic
(on d'Arches 100% rag paper)
A "structured field" of lines characterizes most of Paul Maxwell's paintings. Words like "screen", "grid", and "grate" come to mind, and are often found in the titles, which he usually gives his larger works.
This small painting demonstrates one of the principals of impressionism, which involves juxtaposing two or more colors, which mix "in the eye" creating an overtone, greatly enriching the experience of color.
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