Early Ryder, low, beautiful color, worked physical surface.
Translucent lake swipes in one of two approaches to landscape: moving paint back and forth until just the essentials stick, but allowing light through.
Or continuing to paint until translucence is created within layers of surface embedded underneath the surface.
A small, late painting
Dead bird, along the lines of Morris Graves
Along with Ryder a tribute show of painters, including Ronald Bladen
Richard Pousette-Dart, not seen here, also Peter Shear and Alex Katz (print, right)
So grateful to have seen this.