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In 1986, Gerhard Richter discovered a new way to create abstractions. Instead of using paintbrushes, the German artist would use a janitorial squeegee to drag, smear, and scrape layers of wet paint across the canvas. “With a brush you have control,” Richter once explained. “The paint goes on the brush and you make the …

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Abstractions

Gerhard Richter

In 1986, Gerhard Richter discovered a new way to create abstractions. Instead of using paintbrushes, the German artist would use a janitorial squeegee to drag, smear, and scrape layers of wet paint …

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