Description: Whether making painterly abstracts or carving linocut prints, New York artist Richard Mock (1944-2006) employed a tight rhythmic structure. In this abstract entitled "Yellow River", the framework allowed Mock to apply paint with great freedom creating heavily textured surfaces without sacrificing a sense of order. And Richard Mock's command of color relationships sends lesser artists back to their color theory notes. View paint detail 1 and paint detail 2 for a better view of Mock's use of color .|
Richard Mock is represented in museums including: Museum of Modern Art (New York), Museum of Fine Arts (Boston), National Museum of American Art, (Washington), Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Museo de Monterrey (Mexico), National Museum of Australia (Canberra). Read more about the techniques and background of this abstract painter in Richard Mock studio visit at Biddington's CREATIVE PROCESS.