Dan Walsh

American, 1960

Dan Walsh’s large-scale abstract paintings extend the basic language of Minimalism’s geometric shapes and grid compositions. But rather than creating hard-edge forms, Walsh draws lines by hand and applies luminous color with soft brushes, always allowing for subtle inflections of light and color.

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Special, 2003

Special, 2003

acrylic on canvas
101.6 x 198.1 cm

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Special, 2003

Special, 2003

acrylic on canvas
101.6 x 198.1 cm
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