Pastels became Rexroth's preferred medium throughout the 1950s and 1960s, at times combined with black ink and/or crayon. The play of light and color in the work of Venetian painters Tintoretto and Tiepolo, as well as Mark Tobey and Morris Graves, inspired Rexroth's work of this period Abstract in pastel on heavy paper, unfixed, 26 ½" wide x 20 1/4" high, ca.1955, unframed. Paper fragile, a few (3 or 4) approximately 3/4" closed tears at the edges, a few old pin holes in extreme corners, a small area of dry adhesive at one edge (on the verso), approximately 1" high x 3" long, otherwise in very good to fine condition. (Inventory #: 23055)
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