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Frederick Hammersley

Frederick Hammersley

Frederick Hammersley

Frederick Hammersley

Richard Gorman

Richard Gorman

FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY, COOL DE SAC NO. 29 1977.

FREDERICK HAMMERSLEY, COOL DE SAC NO. 29 1977.

Günther Förg, Untitled

Günther Förg, Untitled

eightofive: “Theo van Doesburg: Composition XXII, 1922 ”

eightofive: “Theo van Doesburg: Composition XXII, 1922 ”

Raoul de Keyser 1930 - 2012 MEI signed and dated 2003 on the reverse, oil on canvas 19 5/8 by 27 1/2 in. Executed in 2003.

Raoul de Keyser 1930 - 2012 MEI signed and dated 2003 on the reverse, oil on canvas 19 5/8 by 27 1/2 in. Executed in 2003.

Frederick Hammersley, Shapescape, 1958. Oil on linen.  He expanded his repertoire beyond hard-edge, dividing his art into three categories: "hunches", "geometrics", and "organics".[7]

Frederick Hammersley, Shapescape, 1958. Oil on linen. He expanded his repertoire beyond hard-edge, dividing his art into three categories: "hunches", "geometrics", and "organics".[7]

Nathalie Du Pasquier | painting

Nathalie Du Pasquier | painting

Fractions #17 1960 / Frederick Hammersley (1919-2009)  was a critically acclaimed American abstract painter whose participation in the landmark 1959 Four Abstract Classicists exhibit secured his place in art history, as the first "hard edge" artists. He painted cool abstractions which were very different from the emotional ones of the established abstract expressionist movement.

Fractions #17 1960 / Frederick Hammersley (1919-2009) was a critically acclaimed American abstract painter whose participation in the landmark 1959 Four Abstract Classicists exhibit secured his place in art history, as the first "hard edge" artists. He painted cool abstractions which were very different from the emotional ones of the established abstract expressionist movement.

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