Acrylic resin (Magna) on canvas
Unframed: 251.3 x 360.5 cm (98 15/16 x 141 15/16 in.)
Contemporary Collection of The Cleveland Museum of Art 1968.110
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Astonishingly, Louis painted his large canvases in his modest 12 x 14-foot dining room.
Louis is associated with the Washington Color School, a group of painters based in Washington, DC, during the 1960s and '70s. These artists tended to create large colorful compositions with repeated shapes, often using diluted paint.
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