Neil Williams, ‘Untitled 6271’, 1970, Dean Borghi Fine Art
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Neil Williams

Untitled 6271, 1970

Acrylic on paper
18 × 23 3/4 in
45.7 × 60.3 cm
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New York
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Neil Williams
American, 1934–1988
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Neil Williams pioneered the shaped canvas during the 1960s. Working alongside fellow Minimalist painter, friend, and studio mate Frank Stella, Williams experimented with hexagonal, polygonal, and trapezoidal canvases with as many as fourteen sides. The surfaces’ geometric, irregular outlines dictated his hard-edged compositions that he rendered in bold, saturated pinks, greens, blues, and blacks. Later in life, his compositions and brushwork loosened, and his paintings evolved into expressive, energetic abstractions.

Neil Williams, ‘Untitled 6271’, 1970, Dean Borghi Fine Art
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Neil Williams
American, 1934–1988
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Neil Williams pioneered the shaped canvas during the 1960s. Working alongside fellow Minimalist painter, friend, and studio mate Frank Stella, Williams experimented with hexagonal, polygonal, and trapezoidal canvases with as many as fourteen sides. The surfaces’ geometric, irregular outlines dictated his hard-edged compositions that he rendered in bold, saturated pinks, greens, blues, and blacks. Later in life, his compositions and brushwork loosened, and his paintings evolved into expressive, energetic abstractions.

Neil Williams

Untitled 6271, 1970

Acrylic on paper
18 × 23 3/4 in
45.7 × 60.3 cm
Contact For Price
Location
New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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