Marc Vaux, ‘Study SQW.5’, 1999, Painting, Acrylic on MDF on Birch ply board, Bernard Jacobson Gallery
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Marc Vaux

Study SQW.5, 1999

Acrylic on MDF on Birch ply board
23 9/10 × 24 1/10 in
60.8 × 61.2 cm
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Marc Vaux
British, b. 1932
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Non-objective painter Marc Vaux explores a range of different materials and media, including drawing, painting, and sculptural reliefs. Mass-produced anodized aluminum, MDF boards, and commercial cellulose spray paints are among the materials he has used in recent work, which is variously described as Minimalist and Constructivist and centers on elemental, hard-edged geometry. Vaux’s primary concerns include the effects of color as light and formal contrasts such as hard and soft shapes, gesture and structure, and closed and open spaces.

Marc Vaux, ‘Study SQW.5’, 1999, Painting, Acrylic on MDF on Birch ply board, Bernard Jacobson Gallery
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Marc Vaux
British, b. 1932
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Non-objective painter Marc Vaux explores a range of different materials and media, including drawing, painting, and sculptural reliefs. Mass-produced anodized aluminum, MDF boards, and commercial cellulose spray paints are among the materials he has used in recent work, which is variously described as Minimalist and Constructivist and centers on elemental, hard-edged geometry. Vaux’s primary concerns include the effects of color as light and formal contrasts such as hard and soft shapes, gesture and structure, and closed and open spaces.

Marc Vaux

Study SQW.5, 1999

Acrylic on MDF on Birch ply board
23 9/10 × 24 1/10 in
60.8 × 61.2 cm
Contact For Price
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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