Harvey Quaytman

1937 – 2002

Harvey Quaytman, ‘A’dam II’ 1978
A’dam II 1978
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Harvey Quaytman (April 20, 1937 - April 8, 2002) was a geometric abstraction painter best known for large modernist canvases with powerful monochromatic tones, in layered compositions, often with hard edges - inspired by Malevich and Mondrian. He had more than 60 solo exhibitions in his career, and his works are held in the collections of many top public museums.

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