Robert Ryman

Untitled, Bruxelles

About this artwork

Ryman is concerned with how a painting is created rather than what it represents. Always using white or off-white paint, he varies the type of support, brush and fixtures from work to work. Here, he applied white emulsion over black vinyl that he had adhered to the front of ten pieces of board. Pieces of tape were then pulled away from the surface of each at four points to reveal a small square of vinyl. This work was made for an exhibition at the Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels in 1974, and is one of three multi-part works made at that time.

  • title:
    Untitled, Bruxelles
  • accession number:
    AR00343
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  • materials:
    Polymer paint on vinyl mounted on composite board
  • date created:
    1974
  • measurements:
    53.60 x 53.60 cm
  • credit line:
    ARTIST ROOMS National Galleries of Scotland and Tate. Acquired jointly through The d'Offay Donation with assistance from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the Art Fund 2008
  • copyright:
    © Robert Ryman / DACS, London 2018.
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Robert Ryman

Robert Ryman