An example of what happens when a similar monomania takes possession of a less experienced artist may be seen at the Jefferson Place right now in the one-man exhibition of Frederic Thursz… The smaller pictures are run of the mill texture-abstraction in which the paint has dried and the pigment has been heaped up to resemble an old flow of lava now burst apart by the new rumbles within the earth. The Pan American union exhibits such paintings at least thrice a year and no doubt could do so every week if it wished.

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Evening Star
By Frank Getlein

Published on February 4, 1962