Citation: Kenneth Noland in his studio, 1965 / Andre Emmerich, photographer. André Emmerich Gallery records and André Emmerich papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

Kenneth Noland (April 1924 – January was an American abstract painter. He was one of the best-known American Color Field painters, although in the he was thought of as an abstract expressionist and in the early he was thought of as a minimalist painter.

"No. One," 1958.  Kenneth Noland

I was lucky to be taught by an assistant of Noland. He opened my eyes to the depth of color when I was painting color fields. He also urged me to quit school and move to ny. That was 10 years ago. I'm ready now. Now is the time.

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Chevron Stripe - Kenneth Noland collaborated with Navajo weavers to create a series of graphic tapestries.

Greenville Museum of Art :: Kenneth Noland

Greenville Museum of Art :: Kenneth Noland . a real object (such as a target), but as a container for precisely judged relationship of hues. Kenneth Noland passed away in 2009 at his home in Maine.


Showing at Paul Kasmin Gallery W It’s been on my mind—what would something be like if it were unbalanced? It’s been a vexing question.

KENNETH NOLAND Flush, 1963 Acrylic on canvas 69 1/4 × 69 1/4 in 175.9 × 175.9 cm

moodoofoo: “ Kenneth Noland Flush, 1963 acrylic on canvas 69 ¼ x 69 ¼ inches ”



colin-vian: “Kenneth Noland stretched Post Painterly Abstraction into tension-heightening pinpoints in ‘Bridge.

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Kenneth Noland was born and raised in Ashville, North Carolina. Ever since birth in Noland was exposed to art as his mother was a pian.