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Rotation Series III



Rotation is a bright and engaging work typical of Larry Zox’s color field artwork.  Zox was a leading artist in the generation of painters who followed the Abstract Expressionists. While Zox was often referred to as an Abstract artist but he considered himself to be a Colorist, aligning himself with the Color Field movement.  Rotation typifies Zox’s approach to color block and hard-edged abstraction.  Zox began his ‘Rotation’ series in 1963 to use a standardized geometrical compositional schema as the basis for a series of paintings each different in color. Some of the compositions, suggesting overlapping, bending etc., were evolved with the aid of plywood and perspex reliefs.

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Signing, Dating, and Titling


Excellent Condition


Modern Print-Makers


Serigraph in multiple colors on white wove paper
ca. 1970
Hand-signed in pencil by the artist en recto lower right.  Editioned in pencil by the artist en recto lower left.
This is one 21 out of the 25 scarce artist’s proofs, numbered in roman numerals, which preceded the edition of 75.
This work is custom framed in a black stained solid Ash frame behind 99% UV-blocking art glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Excellent condition, without damage or flaw; impression is well-inked, bright, crisp, and clear.  Minimal handling marks.
Framed Size:
29 in. (h) x 25 in. (w) x 1.5 in. (d)
Window Size:
21 in. (h) x 27 in. (w)
Image Size:
14 in. (h) x 18 in. (w)

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