Hard-Edge Painting

Hard-edge painting is closely related to Color Field painting. However, unlike the more painterly Color Field works, Hard-edge is known for its impersonal execution and smooth surface planes. Works by Don Montileaux, Harvey Herman, and Carl Tubby combine the geometric designs of their cultural heritage including beadwork, weaving, pottery, basketry and hide painting (parfleche) with the clean lines and flat, bold colors of Hard-edge Painting.

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Carl Tubby

Crow Stripes No. 7, 1967

Acrylic on canvas

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