John Moore, Thirteen Miles From Paradise: Four New Paintings
February 12th - March 14th 2009
Located thirteen miles east of the rural Amish farmland of Paradise, Pennsylvania, Coatesville–and its industry–has been an important and ongoing subject for John Moore since his first visit more than twenty years ago. The structures and steel mills that earlier informed a generation of such American Precisionists as Charles Demuth, Charles Sheeler, and Ralston Crawford continue to inspire Moore and his vistas. However, Moore’s unique brand of realism combines the formalism of the Precisionists with a sociological undercurrent.
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