Program Drawing To Determine The Alignment Of Full Tones, 1967
This is a Program Drawing to Determine the Alignment of Full Tones. It was created by Richard Landis.
This early drawing shows the artist painstakingly working out every possible color interaction, with the full tones—where a weft crosses a warp of the same color—rendered as solid squares. “Though I had no computer, I always felt that while I was designing, working out setups and then weaving them off, that I was in the field of computation,” the artist has said.
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Its dimensions are
H x W (mat): 35.6 × 34.6 cm (14 in. × 13 5/8 in.)
American designer Richard Landis is a master colorist and weaver whose visual language is that of an abstract artist.
This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Color Decoded: The Textiles of Richard Landis.