Dan Yellow Kuhne

Dan Yellow Kuhne, Untitled, 5' x 7', 1972, acrylic on canvas, collection of the
Dan Yellow Kuhne, Untitled, 5' x 7', 1972, acrylic on canvas, collection of the artist

Mark Dagley profiles a little-known body of work, the "Dog-Eared" paintings of Washington D.C. based painter Dan Yellow Kuhne.

Dagely writes that the "Dog-Eared" paintings, which date from 1970 - 1974, "introduce the modern viewer to a young artist not just proficient at assimilating style... but also interested in the structural and behavioral elements of paint, elements particularly located in a series of paintings by Morris Louis now known as the triadic veils."