Yadwiga Gypsy

Conger, William
Gift of Leslie and Lois Fishman

Conger often works with large landscape paintings that are experienced as puzzle-like fragments with multiple perspectives rather than as a whole. His forms, however, are smooth and highly stylized. “Flatness is not a necessary and sufficient element in abstract painting. The paradoxical nature of pictorial space is the subject of abstract painting; its content is our feeling and experience,” he said.

b. 1937
P - Painting
oil on canvas
55 x 84 inches