It is only by taking the time to look at them carefully that the spectator will become aware of the tensions and thrusts of planes in space that make these canvases so dynamic. Their sheer power is overwhelming at first, but it is founded on a sure knowledge of composition and on a vital balance of power.

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The Washington Post
By Leslie Judd Ahlander

Published on March 8, 1959