Gérard Paire Acrylic Painting on Canvas "Hotina"
Gérard Paire (French, 20th/21st-century)
acrylic on canvas
inscribed to verso; HOTINA/ 07/99/ GP/ Gérard Paire
28′ × 28′
The Lucy Baker and Kenworth Moffett Collection of New New Group Painters
An acrylic painting on canvas titled Hotina by New New painter Gérard Paire, executed in July of 1999. Fusions of pink, yellow, and white melt together bearing a slight resemblance to Helen Frankenthaler’s stained canvases in the same way their rich pinks, golds, and whites fuse into one another in a lustrous appearance.
Member of the New New Painters, a group of artists first brought together by the first curator of modern and contemporary art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Dr. Kenworth Moffett in 1978.