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ANUSZKIEWICZ, Richard

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Stock Code
100997
1985
£30,000

The Temple Series was inspired in part by the architecture of Egyptian and Greek temples, specifically the space in between the repetitious vertical columns. Anuszkiewicz principle interest is to use the architectural framing of differing light and atmospheric conditions as the formalist structure for the paintings. Color and light is explored mechanically, juxtaposing complimentary colors next to one another creating a visual sensation. As Saul Ostrow describes in his essay featured in the exhibition catalogue
With the Temple Series, Anuszkiewicz has economically honed his means to have his viewer differentiate between what is actually on the canvas and that, which is being generated by our senses. Each painting consists of non-relational compositions of planes and lines of color, which though visually agitated seek equilibrium within the frame of the canvas. If these works where to be reproduced in black and white it would become apparent that Anuszkiewicz is a classicist

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Acrylic on panel, 1985, signed and dated and inscribed '775' verso, 21 x 16 in. (53 x 40.6 cm).

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