Estelle Ginsburg's works are clustered with luxurious configurations of geometric design. The structure is enormously complex and the organization of the disparate elements is such that only a very accomp. lished artist could combine such difference without destroying the integrity and cohesiveness of the canvas and confusing the eye of the viewer.
Like Matisse, Ms. Ginsburg is totally absorbed with pattern. But in Matisse's work the configurations on carpets, wallpapers and textiles destroy and confuse our comprehension of shape. The seen world is transformed by them into a state of anarchy and flux. Matisse dissolved and resolved form by using properties of pattern.

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