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Reality Painting #1 also recalls the work of Philip Guston, particularly in his reoccurring imagery of disembodied shoes and legs. The scene is actually of the artist’s legs, crossed, and the tip of his shoe can be seen in the lower left of the picture. The notion of disembodied limbs also recalls Aldrich’s comparison of his paintings to the human form.

(Read more: Richard Aldrich at SFMOMA « New American Paintings/Blog)

    Reality Painting #1 also recalls the work of Philip Guston, particularly in his reoccurring imagery of disembodied shoes and legs. The scene is actually of the artist’s legs, crossed, and the tip of his shoe can be seen in the lower left of the picture. The notion of disembodied limbs also recalls Aldrich’s comparison of his paintings to the human form.

    (Read more: Richard Aldrich at SFMOMA « New American Paintings/Blog)

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