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The previous comments on Hofmann and Stella started me thinking about this work. Most of the Moby Dick works combine the curvy forms of the wave/whale shapes with geometrical sections, but this one is completely biomorphic, maybe even expressionist. The … Continue reading

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Stella is on record as a huge admirer of Hans Hofmann, so the resemblance of this early print to the Moby Dick works should not be surprising. This Hofmann is imaginatively and pictorially more substantial than, say, a typical ink … Continue reading

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