Roger Brown (b.1941—d.1997) is renowned for using a pop aesthetic to investigate a range of socio-political issues. His trademark silhouettes and curvilinear landscapes depict both the topical and uncomfortable. Consistently interested in documenting the diverse facets of the contemporary American landscape, Brown traveled extensively throughout his adult life, both for personal pleasure and to drawn influence for his work. This piece, featuring Brown's iconic silhouettes and color gradation, plausibly refers to Sunderland, Oregon, as just the previous year Brown had also produced the painting 'Visit the Oregon Coast' (1979).

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