Mar 12, 2021
Mar 11, 2021
Mar 12, 2021




Lee Lozano

(American, 1930–1999)

Oil on canvas

275.3 x 336.6 x 5.1 cm (108 3/8 x 132 1/2 x 2 in.)

Scott Mueller Collection 2.2021

Did you know?

This large-scale work is actually constructed of two canvas panels that sit flush together.


The physicality and energy of this painting is characteristic of Lee Lozano's work in the early 1960s. During this period, she devoted many paintings and drawings to tools. As seen here, Lozano's tools have an anthropomorphic quality, expressing the artist's broader interest in the relationship between the body and the machine.

See also
CONTEMP - Painting
Contemporary Art
Type of artwork: 
Oil on canvas

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