Warner Friedman, ‘Red, Black and White Stripes’, ca. 1965, Painting, Oil on Canvas, RoGallery
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Warner Friedman

Red, Black and White Stripes, ca. 1965

Oil on Canvas
28 × 21 in
71.1 × 53.3 cm
.
$6,500
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Shipping: $125 domestic, $400 rest of world
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Long Island City
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Artist: Warner Friedman, American (1935 - )
Title: Red, Black and White Stripes
Year: circa 1965

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Warner Friedman
American, b. 1935
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Warner Friedman frames his meticulously detailed realist paintings of landscapes with architectural elements such as doors, fences, balconies, or bridges. Working in the liminal space between interior and exterior affords him the opportunity to study the interplay between natural light and shadow, artificial light, architecture, and landscape. He works from photographs and models, enjoying the precision they enable. Friedman left his job as an engineer at the end of World War II and integrated the profession’s geometric forms into his early abstract work. In the 1960s, he incorporated these abstract elements into large-scale realist paintings, which he has continued to develop ever since. Friedman has cited the lines and flat color planes of Piet Mondrian as a major influence on his practice.

Warner Friedman, ‘Red, Black and White Stripes’, ca. 1965, Painting, Oil on Canvas, RoGallery
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Artist: Warner Friedman, American (1935 - )
Title: Red, Black and White Stripes
Year: circa 1965
Medium: Oil on Canvas, signed on label verso
Size: 28 in. x 21 in. (71.12 cm x 53.34 cm)

Medium
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed
Frame
Not included
Warner Friedman
American, b. 1935
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Warner Friedman frames his meticulously detailed realist paintings of landscapes with architectural elements such as doors, fences, balconies, or bridges. Working in the liminal space between interior and exterior affords him the opportunity to study the interplay between natural light and shadow, artificial light, architecture, and landscape. He works from photographs and models, enjoying the precision they enable. Friedman left his job as an engineer at the end of World War II and integrated the profession’s geometric forms into his early abstract work. In the 1960s, he incorporated these abstract elements into large-scale realist paintings, which he has continued to develop ever since. Friedman has cited the lines and flat color planes of Piet Mondrian as a major influence on his practice.

Warner Friedman

Red, Black and White Stripes, ca. 1965

Oil on Canvas
28 × 21 in
71.1 × 53.3 cm
.
$6,500
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Shipping: $125 domestic, $400 rest of world
Location
Long Island City
Locked
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