Charles Hinman is an abstract minimalist painter. He’s best known for creating shaped canvas paintings during the 1960s. These pieces were created on large, three-dimensional canvases in an attempt to break from the traditions of using a square or rectangular frame -- freeing the artist from constraints and making the frame itself a part of the piece. Hinman’s advances in the abstract art community made him a favorite of many New York gallery owners, including James Rosenquist -- who was instrumental in introducing Hinman’s work to the public.
After Charles B. Hinman Untitled (poster) 1964 Screenprint in colors on paper 25” x 19.75”
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