Four Painters, Then and Now

Art Scene
Avedisian’s “Red Car”

One of the first exhibition posters I bought after moving to New York City in 1970 was an Edward Avedisian from the famous Robert Elkon Gallery: An intense yellow sphere and a smaller, green one hung against a night-blue background. Sort of a blunt, minimalist, visual precis of Van Gogh’s “Starry Night.”

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