Two Paintings by Ross Bleckner

BOMB 15 Spring 1986
015 Spring 1986

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Ross Bleckner, Crocodile Tears, 1985, oil on linen, 48 × 40 inches. Courtesy of Mary Boone Gallery.

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Ross Bleckner, Untitled, 1985, oil on linen, 48 × 40 inches. Courtesy of Mary Boone Gallery.

Ross Bleckner by Aimee Rankin
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BOMB 15, Spring 1986

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015 Spring 1986