NYTimes Art in Review: Edward Wheeler and Edgar Bryan

Roberta Smith on Edward Wheeler (1912-92), a contemporary of Philip Guston (1913-80), who offered among the sharper alternatives to Abstract Expressionism. “Wheeler’s work started to resurface about 15 years ago. In the face of AbEx’s big scale, open gestures and abstract purity, he cultivated tightly wound geometries that were fiery in color, finely diced and … read more… “NYTimes Art in Review: Edward Wheeler and Edgar Bryan”

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