Charles Hinman, Print Collage, Signed/N, 1965, NY International Portfolio
Hand signed, dated and numbered from the edition of 225
Charles Hinman is an Abstract Minimalist painter who pioneered the concept of the three-dimensional shaped canvas in the mid-1960s. He explores the ambiguity between the illusion of perspective in painting and the physical space of sculpture, creating characteristic canvases that play with the perception of volume, color and light.
Hinman first received critical attantion in the ground breaking exhibition "Seven New Artists" at the Sidney Janis Gallery in May, 1964. For a more detailed biography, see link below: