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Casein on gesso on board
Kabak 1954, lower right
Art & Design Study Collection: James Smith Pierce Collection
UND Art Collections Repository
Robert Kabak in an American artist who was born in 1930 in New York City. Kabak obtained his BA at Brooklyn College where he studied alongside Mark Rothko, he then went on to receive his MFA at Yale University. Kabak is best known for his brightly colored, abstract geometric paintings that play with light and depth to create landscapes. His work is in many private collections and the permanent collections of prestigious institutions and such as the Museum of Modern Art.
Utilization of triangles and colors to compose a landscape.
Some surface damage and a tear on the verso.