GREEN, YELLOW/RED, 1ÈRE VERSION
signed, titled and dated ‘76 on the reverse
48 ins x 60 ins; 121.9 cms x 152.4 cms
May 25, 2015
In Green, Yellow and Red, Gaucher provides the viewer with what Diana Nemiroff describes as a “contemplative perceptual experience.”
Diana Nemiroff, “Geometric Abstraction after 1950,” in Anne Whitelaw, Brian Foss, and Sandra Paikowsky (eds.), The Visual Arts in Canada: The Twentieth Century, Oxford University Press, Don Mills, Ontario, page 217.
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