Paul Reed, ‘Intersection VII, 1966’, 1966, D. Wigmore Fine Art

Paul Reed (1919-2015) was one of the six original members of the Washington Color School. Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland, Gene Davis, Thomas Downing, Howard Mehring, and Paul Reed were identified as a group working in new acrylic paints on raw canvas in Gerald Nordland's 1965 exhibition "Washington Color Painters," at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art.

Signature: Signed and dated verso

Image rights: (c) Paul A. and Esther K. Reed Trust

From the estate of the artist

About Paul Reed

American, 1919-2015, Washington, D.C., based in Washington, D.C.

Solo Shows

New York,
Paul Reed & the Shaped Canvas in the 1960s
Georgetown University Art Collection, 
Washington, D.C., USA,
Evolution Through Color: The Art of Paul Reed
Workhouse Art Center, 
Lorton, VA, USA,
Ultraviolet to Infrared: Paul Reed-50 Years

Group Shows

Washington Color School: 50 Years Later
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 
Washington D.C., DC, USA,
Washington Color and Light