Richard Lytle, ‘The Tenants’, 2014, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
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Richard Lytle

The Tenants, 2014

Oil on canvas
68 × 58 in
172.7 × 147.3 cm
.
$25,000
Location
New Haven
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FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
New Haven

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Richard Lytle has been exhibiting his work …

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Richard Lytle
American, b. 1935
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Painter Richard Lytle was included in the famous “Sixteen Americans” exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1959. But unlike his counterparts Frank Stella and Ellsworth Kelly, who favored hard-edged, Minimalist painting, Lytle has continued to draw inspiration from the organic world throughout his career. A graduate of the Cooper Union and the Yale School of Art (where he remained a valued member of the faculty for four decades), Lytle began his career as an assistant to Josef Albers in basic drawing and color instruction. Mastery of color is a hallmark of Lytle’s work, whether in his detailed studies of flora in watercolor and pencil or in his fantastical botanical landscapes, so detailed that they begin to loop back into abstraction.

Richard Lytle, ‘The Tenants’, 2014, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
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About the work
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FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
New Haven

View Richard Lytle Video at https://vimeo.com/87706029
Richard Lytle has been exhibiting his work internationally since the 1950’s. He was a Teaching Assistant for Joseph Albers at Yale University School of Art and later dedicated more than 40 years as a professor of art. Lyle was also named Dean on three occasions …

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Richard Lytle
American, b. 1935
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Painter Richard Lytle was included in the famous “Sixteen Americans” exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in 1959. But unlike his counterparts Frank Stella and Ellsworth Kelly, who favored hard-edged, Minimalist painting, Lytle has continued to draw inspiration from the organic world throughout his career. A graduate of the Cooper Union and the Yale School of Art (where he remained a valued member of the faculty for four decades), Lytle began his career as an assistant to Josef Albers in basic drawing and color instruction. Mastery of color is a hallmark of Lytle’s work, whether in his detailed studies of flora in watercolor and pencil or in his fantastical botanical landscapes, so detailed that they begin to loop back into abstraction.

Richard Lytle

The Tenants, 2014

Oil on canvas
68 × 58 in
172.7 × 147.3 cm
.
$25,000
Location
New Haven
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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