Cluster Paintings

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Widening of the Earth’s Vault oil on canvas, 3 X 4.25 meters (10 X 14 feet), 1987

The Cluster Paintings are a series of paintings created by Nabil Kanso in 1986-1988. They are characterized by compositions that divide the canvas space into sections reflecting a cluster of irregular shaped planes offering variations of contrasts and viewpoints. These characteristics expanded in later works such as the America and Living Memories series.[1][2]

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  1. ^ The Cluster Paintings: Cluster Matter Floating in Spaces of Shades, pp. 82 – 102 in Nabil Kanso the Split of Life Paintings, NEV Editions, Atlanta 1996.
  2. ^ Notes on the Cluster paintings

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