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Opposing #15 (1959) Artist: Frederick Hammersley. It displays one of the defining characteristics of many hard-edge paintings, which was the presence of rich and saturated color, clean lines, and flat surface, and a disregard for relationships between the colors that comprise the painting.

Opposing ( 1959 by Frederick Hammersley.

Thoughts That Cure Radically: Frederick Hammersley ‘Organic & Geometric’ Ameringer McEnery & Roe

Thoughts That Cure Radically: Frederick Hammersley ‘Organic & Geometric’ Ameringer McEnery & Roe

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Fractions #17 1960 / Frederick Hammersley (1919-2009)  was a critically acclaimed American abstract painter whose participation in the landmark 1959 Four Abstract Classicists exhibit secured his place in art history, as the first "hard edge" artists. He painted cool abstractions which were very different from the emotional ones of the established abstract expressionist movement.

Frederick Hammersley was a critically acclaimed American abstract painter whose participation in the landmark 1959 Four Abstract Classicists exhibit secured his place in art history.

Hard-edge Painting #231 by Gary Andrew Clarke

Hard-edge geometric abstract paintings from 2016 by British artist Gary Andrew Clarke

Frederick Hammersley<BR> Return, 1962<BR> oil on linen<BR> 40 x 28 in (101.6 x 71.1 cm)<BR> Private collection

Frederick Hammersley<BR> Return, oil on linen<BR> 40 x 28 in x cm)<BR> Private collection

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