Robert Mangold (B 1937) is an American minimalist artist. His paintings, quiet and restrained on the surface, are much admired by artists. In a 1994 review in Art in America, Robert Kushner wrote that “underneath the composure of their execution, there is an almost romantic vividness of experience. The contrast of this veiled undercurrent and the Apollonian restraint of the presentation make these new paintings both powerful and poignant.” He had his first solo show at the Guggenheim Museum.
Michael DeLucia, 'Bobina negra', 2011 / diseño, poster, gráfico
'The Model Makers' by English painter Norman Blamey (1914-2000). Oil paint on board, 150 x 100 cm. via BBC