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Three Panels (Blue and Grey); Errol SHAW; 1979; 650

Three Panels (Blue and Grey); Errol SHAW; 1979; 650
Name/Title
Three Panels (Blue and Grey)
About this object
A shaped panel painting that creates the illusion of dimension, texture and relief. The main area is a rectangular ochre field overpainted with white and blue expressive marks. The blue marks indicate two vertical bands along the right and left edges. Blue rectangular shapes protrude from the top and bottom edges and create the illusion that these rods run behind the main field; a reference to Don Peebles painting construction series from the late 1970s.
Date Made
1979
Medium and Materials
Acrylic on hardboard
Subject and Association Keywords
Abstract
Texture
Illusion
Credit Line
Presented by John Dean in 1982
Object Type
Painting
Object number
650

Tags

Abstract
Illusion
Texture


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