Mountain and Sky

Arthur Dove American

Not on view

This painting demonstrates Dove's facility for creating highly abstracted images based on forms and rhythms he saw in nature. Among the painters and photographers of the Stieglitz circle Dove was perhaps the earliest and most persistent devotee of abstraction.

Mountain and Sky, Arthur Dove (American, Canandaigua, New York 1880–1946 Huntington, New York), Oil on wood panel

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