‘Drought’, Kenneth Noland, 1962 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Drought’, Kenneth Noland, 1962 Like 'Gift' (also in this room), 'Drought' belongs to the series of target paintings which Noland executed between 1958 and 1962. 'Drought' is a later work than 'Gift'. Its narrower bands of colour make it less target-like, and they emphasise the effect of rotation which Noland was seeking. This effect is enhanced further by the introduction of irregular staining at the edge of the outer ring. Previously, Abstract Expressionist painters such…
On the Passing of Kenneth Noland - Maine Home + Design
TRIBUTE-March 2010 by Paul Theroux, Photo by Jaime Ardiles-Arce Mysteries: Primal Blue, 2002, acrylic on canvas, 60” x 60”. Gift of Kenneth Noland to the Farnsworth Art Museum. Art © Estate of Kenneth Noland/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY. … Continue reading →
Circling Back to Kenneth Noland
Noland's current exhibition at Yares Art, brings together prime examples of one of the artist’s signature motifs: concentric rings of color centrally and symmetrically ordered in square canvases.
The official website of painter Kenneth Noland. Known today as one of the best-known contemporary American Color field painters, also known as an abstract expressionist and as a Minimalist painter.