"Red and Blue Abstraction"
Robert Goodnough (American, 1917–2010)
Object Place: United States
Height x width: 77 x 103 in. (195.6 x 261.6 cm)
Medium or Technique
Wool slit tapestry weave; cotton twill weave; metal
Not On View
Off-white tapestry patterned with red, white, yellow, gray, and blue abstract shapes. “Goodnough” woven in gray in the lower right corner. Reverse has row of snaps attached to twill tape along the top, and “No 05 [black circular symbol]” woven at the center back, triangular tag in lower right corner reads: “no. 5/edition of 5/size 77” x 103”/title red and blue abstraction/Gloria F. Ross (printed)/Gloria F. Ross (signed)/and/Goodnough.”
By 1990, in collection of Gloria F. Ross of New York City; December 18, 1990, purchased from Ross by Lawrence and Susan Marx of Aspen, CO; gift of the Marxes to the MFA (Accession date: September 16, 2009)
Gift of Susan and Larry Marx
© Kathleen Goodnough.