Coda. Part one of a new series, as fresh as morning dew! Reproduction print from original gouache painting + collage. Professionally printed to gallery standard on 300gsm velvet matt art paper with Epson Ultrachrome K3 inks. Two sizes. STANDARD and LARGE. The title, year, and logo appear on a white border.
Karl Benjamin, Black Pillars, 1957. Benjamin's use of somber blues, his sleek forms and shadow play are now considered emblematic of post-war American style. Although some of Benjamin's color forms in Black Pillars recall the form of old television screens, the artist was doing nothing more than playing with opposing colors and forms to create a visually engaging picture.