16" x 12"
Painting - Acrylic
(on d'Arches 100% rag paper)
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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