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Charley Harper was an astonishingly versatile artist, fluent in many techniques from brushy abstraction to precise realism. He is best known for his unique style combining straight and curved lines and flat areas of carefully selected color. Although he painted a full menagerie of creatures, birds were his most common subject. With their dynamic, arabesque lines, crisp planes of color, and inventive depictions of motion, Harper’s images of birds reflect the artist’s awareness of Cubism, Minimalism, Einsteinian physics, and countless other developments in Modern art and science. His hummingbird images are informed by all of the above!
Contains five each of the following notecards: