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Three Aces

Gene Davis
1973
Prints
Lithograph
75.6 x 102.2 cm
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Signed, Dated, and Numbered out of 75 in pencil. Davis's first solo exhibition of drawings was at the Dupont Theater Gallery in 1952, and his first exhibition of paintings was at Catholic University in 1953. A decade later he participated in the 'Washington Color Painters' exhibit at the Washington Gallery of Modern Art in Washington, DC, which traveled to other venues around the US, and launched the recognition of the Washington Color School as a regional movement in which Davis was a central figure. The Washington painters were among the most prominent of the mid-century color field painters. Though he worked in a variety of media and styles, including ink, oil, acrylic, video, and collage, Davis is best known by far for his acrylic paintings (mostly on canvas) of colorful vertical stripes, which he began to paint in 1958.

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Gene Davis was an American painter best known for painting lively compositions of thin, lively colored vertical stripes.Read More

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