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Colour Streaks, Oil On Canvas by Gerhard Richter

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Colour Streaks, Oil On Canvas by Gerhard Richter

"Colour Streaks"

Gerhard Richter - Oil On Canvas - 60 x 40 cm - 1968

"In this example of one of his early grey paintings, Richter allows structure and color to compose the ""picture."" The painting is void of figuration and recognizable imagery, revealing Richter's indifference toward any ""model"" as serving as his subject matter. Richter employs thick brushstrokes and monochromatic color, thus sweeping across the canvas in a fluid, entirely fused motion. This powerful gesture suggests a consideration of how abstract forms may well serve as a painter's subject just as effectively, for their visual or optical interest, as any photographic or ""realistic"" scene derived from nature, or the ""everyday world"" around us. "



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"In this example of one of his early grey paintings, Richter allows structure and color to compose the ""picture."" The painting is void of figuration and recognizable imagery, revealing Richter's indifference toward any ""model"" as serving as his subject matter. Richter employs thick brushstrokes and monochromatic color, thus sweeping across the canvas in a fluid, entirely fused motion. This powerful gesture suggests a consideration of how abstract forms may well serve as a painter's subject just as effectively, for their visual or optical interest, as any photographic or ""realistic"" scene derived from nature, or the ""everyday world"" around us. "
Gerhard Richter
Oil On Canvas
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