16" x 12"
Painting - Acrylic
(on d'Arches 100% rag paper)
(U.S.)$ 800.
The upper four fifths of this small painting by Paul Maxwell is typical of much of his painting, in terms of layering of "scrims" and "screens" and "grids" to create a structured field - an overall, non-hierarchical composition.

The dark, undifferentiated band at bottom is also a typical device the artist uses (especially in small works) as a foil for the complication of the structured field - providing a rest area for the eyes, as it were.


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