Alvin D. Loving, Jr. (1935-2005) Untitled, 1975 Acrylic on canvas 62 x 62 inches Signed and dated verso Provenance: Private Collection, New York, NY Born Alvin Demar Loving Jr. on Sept. 19, 1935, in Detroit, Loving first began copying landscapes and watercolors under the tutelage of his father, a teacher and part-time sign painter. When ...
John Stephan (1906-1995) devoted himself exclusively to disc paintings for the last three decades of his artistic career. These nearly square compositions, always just inches taller than they are wide, each comprise a central monochrome circle delineated from its ground by multiple bands of contrasting colors. Depending how the particular colors come alive in relation ...
Peyton Wright gallery is pleased to announce the recent arrival of Larry Poons Untitled. This acrylic on canvas painting dates from 1969, and measures 66.75 x 16.25 inches. Born in Tokyo, Japan, Larry Poons (b. 1937) became a prominent figure in Optical Art and in the Color-Field school of painting in New York. His paintings of ...
Solo and group exhibitions, both in the US and in the UK, will mark the centennial of Jon Schueler’s birth. A Jon Schueler symposium, The Sound of Sleat: Echoes, Reflections, and Transfigurations, moderated by Lindsay Blair, will take place at Sal Mòr Ostaig, the University of the Highlands and Islands, Isle of Skye, Scotland, May ...
The American painter and sculptor Ellsworth Kelly passed away on Sunday at the age of 92. Kelly died of natural causes at his home in Spencertown, New York, his gallerist Matthew Marks announced. He is survived by his husband Jack Shear and his brother David. Kelly is considered one of the most influential American artists ...
Peyton Wright Gallery is always acquiring new material. The gallery has recently acquired three new works that complement each other well. The first is an untitled work by Larry Poons. It’s a charming painting on board by the well known Color Field artist. Gordon Onslow Ford was closely associated André Breton and the Surrealists. Red ...
José Aragón was active in Northern New Mexico from 1820 to 1835. His origins are unknown. E. Boyd has written that he was born in Spain, and emigrated to New Mexico, however there is archival evidence that he was born in Taos. He maintained an active studio and was a prolific painter of retablos, and ...
Paul Allen Reed, last surviving member of the Washington Color School, has died at the age of 96, according to the New York Times. Mr. Reed acquired his public identity as an artist when he was included, along with Gene Davis, Kenneth Noland, Morris Louis, Thomas Downing and Howard Mehring, in “The Washington Color Painters,” ...
The turning of the season brings a batch of excellent new works to Peyton Wright Gallery. Among them are several large canvases by Leon Berkowitz. Four of these are from his renowned “Cathedral” series. Berkowitz was a Washington D.C.-based artist who was a significant figure on the periphery of the Washington Color School. He founded the ...
Join Peyton Wright Gallery at the 31st Annual Whitehawk Ethnographic Art Show August 14-15 from 10am-5pm. We’ll be in booths 15-17 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center, at 201 W. Marcy Street. You’ll find exceptional Spanish Colonial, Historic New Mexican, and Precolumbian artifacts, textiles, silver, paintings, sculpture, and furniture.