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Larry Zox Art

American, 1936-2006

Larry Zox was one of the principal representatives of the generation of young painters following the era of the Abstract Expressionists. He is best known for his exuberant geometric abstractions. Many classified him as an Abstract artist, but he considered himself to be a Colorist, which made a strong contribution to the Color Field movement of the 1960s. Zox utilized geometric forms in a mechanistic format and fewer contrasting colors in a design that is based upon improvisation. His works conform to the modern idea that art must be done with fluidity, acceleration and rapidity of execution.

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Artist: Larry Zox
Scissors Jack Series 1978 Two Signed Limited Edition Screen Prints
By Larry Zox
Located in Rochester Hills, MI
Larry Zox Two Screen Prints Edition: Signed in pencil and marked XXII/XXX Scissors Jack I Scissors Jack II 39'' x 29.5'' inches Larry Zox is one of the principal representatives...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Two Square Composition, Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Larry Zox (1937-2006) Title: Two Square Composition Year: 1978 Edition: 20, plus proofs Medium: Silkscreen on japon paper Size: 18 3/4 x 26 inches Condition: Excellent Inscri...
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1970s Pop Art Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Untitled Original Painting on Canvas
By Larry Zox
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Larry Zox 1936–2006 Untitled c. 1982 acrylic on canvas laid to canvas 59½ h × 19½ w in (151 × 50 cm) Signed to verso ‘Zox’. provenance: Lincoln Glenn, La...
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1980s Larry Zox Art

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Canvas

Untitled Original Painting on Canvas
By Larry Zox
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Larry Zox 1936–2006 Untitled 1996 acrylic on canvas 58 h × 12 w in (147 × 30 cm) Signed and dated to verso ‘Zox 96’. provenance: Lincoln Glenn, Larchmont...
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1990s Larry Zox Art

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Canvas

Three Square Composition, Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Fairfield, CT
Artist: Larry Zox (1937-2006) Title: Three Square Composition Year: 1978 Edition: 200 Arabic Numeral, 60 Roman Numeral, plus proofs Medium: Silkscreen on Arches paper Size: 25 x 52 i...
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1970s Pop Art Larry Zox Art

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Screen

1971 Larry Zox 'Untitled - Mostly Mozart Festival' Hand Signed
By Larry Zox
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Paper Size: 80.5 x 39.75 inches ( 204.47 x 100.965 cm ) Image Size: 80.5 x 39.75 inches ( 204.47 x 100.965 cm ) Framed: No Condition: C: Several Signs of use and handling, some vi...
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1970s Contemporary Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Study for Scissors Jack Series
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
Larry Zox Study for Scissors Jack Series, 1965 Mixed media and colored ink drawing on draft paper Hand signed and dated on lower right recto (front). Bears Forager House Collection s...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Oil Crayon, Ink, Color Pencil

Niagara Series I 1973 Signed Limited Edition Linocut Lithograph
By Larry Zox
Located in Rochester Hills, MI
Larry Zox Niagara Series I - 1973 Print - Linocut Paper Size 25½'' x 35'' inches Edition: Signed in pencil and marked 2/175 Unframed Larry Zox is one of the principal representativ...
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1970s Larry Zox Art

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Lithograph

"Jean Jean" Larry Zox, Color Field, Geometric Abstraction, Hard-Edge, Yellow
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
Larry Zox Jean Jean, 1964 Signed, dated, and titled on the stretcher Liquitex on canvas 58 x 62 inches Provenance: Solomon & Co., New York Private Collection, NJ Estate of the above, 2023 Committed to abstraction throughout his career, Larry Zox played a central role in the Color Field discourse of the 1960s and 1970s. His work of the time, consisting of brilliantly colored geometric shapes in dynamic juxtapositions, demonstrated that hard-edge painting was neither cold nor formalistic. He reused certain motifs, but he did so less to explore their aspects than to “get at the specific character and quality of each painting in and for itself,” as James Monte stated in his essay for Zox’s solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1973. By the 1970s, Zox was using a freer, more emotive method, while maintaining the autonomy of color, which increasingly became more important to him than structure in his late years. Zox began to receive attention in the 1960s, when he was included in several groundbreaking exhibitions of Color Field and Minimalist art, including Shape and Structure (1965), organized by Henry Geldzahler for the Gallery of Modern Art, New York, and Systemic Painting (1966), organized by Lawrence Alloway for the Guggenheim Museum. In 1973, the Whitney’s solo exhibition of Zox’s work gave recognition to his significance in the art scene of the preceding decade. In the following year, Zox was represented in the inaugural exhibition of the Hirshhorn Museum, which owns fourteen of his works. Zox was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended the University of Oklahoma and Drake University. While studying at the Des Moines Art Center, he was mentored by George Grosz, who despite his own figurative approach encouraged Zox’s forays into abstraction. In 1958, Zox moved to New York, joining the downtown art scene. His studio on 20th Street became a gathering place for artists, jazz musicians, bikers, and boxers. He occasionally sparred with the visiting fighters. He later established a studio in East Hampton, where he painted and fished including using a helicopter to spot fish. In the 1950s and early 1960s, Zox’s works were collages consisting of painted pieces of paper stapled onto sheets of plywood. He then produced paintings that were illusions of collages, including both torn- and trued-edged forms, to which he added a wide range of intense hues that created ambiguous surfaces. Next, he omitted the collage aspect of his work and applied flat color areas to create more complete statements of pure color and shape. From 1962 to 1965, he produced his Rotation Series, at first creating plywood and Plexiglas reliefs, which turned squares into dynamic polygons. He used these shapes in his paintings as well, employing white as a foil between colors to produce negative spaces that suggest that the colored shapes had only been cut out and laid down instead of painted. The New York Times noted in 1964: “The artist is hip, cool, adventurous, not content to stay with the mere exercise of sensibility that one sees in smaller works.” In 1965, he began the Scissors Jack...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Untitled IV (Color field geometric abstraction)
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
Larry Zox Untitled IV, ca. 1979 Pochoir on Arches Paper with Deckled Edges. Hand signed and numbered PPIV/4 by artist in pencil on the lower front. 28 1/2 × 22 1/2 inches Unframed Th...
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1970s Color-Field Larry Zox Art

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Etching

"Untitled" Pastel Orange-Toned Abstract Watercolor Painting
By Larry Zox
Located in Houston, TX
Untitled orange toned abstract watercolor painting by American painter Larry Zox. The work features a pastel orange wash of color accented with black horizontal lines. Signed in penc...
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Late 20th Century Abstract Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Watercolor

"Lexington, " Larry Zox, Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, Brown Modernism
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
Larry Zox Lexington, 1973 Acrylic on canvas 61 x 49 inches Provenance: Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York Janie C. Lee Gallery, Houston, Texas Private Collection, Greenwood Village, Colorado Exhibited: New York, Andre Emmerich Gallery, Larry Zox: New Paintings, March 10 - 28, 1973. Houston, Texas, Janie C. Lee Gallery, Larry Zox, February - April, 1974. A painter who played an essential role in the Color Field discourse of the 1960s and 1970s, Larry Zox is best known for his intensely and brilliantly colored geometric abstractions, which question and violate symmetry. Zox stated in 1965: “Being contrary is the only way I can get at anything.” To Zox, this position was not necessarily arbitrary, but instead meant “responding to something in an examination of it [such as] using a mechanical format with X number of possibilities." What he sought was to “get at the specific character and quality of each painting in and for itself,” as James Monte stated in his introductory essay in the catalogue for Zox’s 1973–74 solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Zox also at times used a freer, more intuitive method, while maintaining coloristic autonomy, which became increasingly important to him in his later career. Zox began to receive attention in the 1960s, when he was included in several groundbreaking exhibitions of Color Field and Minimalist art, including Shape and Structure (1965), organized by Henry Geldzahler and Frank Stella for Tibor de Nagy, New York, and Systemic Painting (1966), organized by Lawrence Alloway for the Guggenheim Museum. In 1973–74, the Whitney’s solo exhibition of Zox’s work gave recognition to his significance in the art scene of the preceding decade. In the following year, he was represented in the inaugural exhibition of the Hirshhorn Museum, which acquired fourteen of his works. Zox was born in Des Moines, Iowa. He attended the University of Oklahoma and Drake University, and then studied under George Grosz at the Des Moines Art Center. In 1958, Zox moved to New York, joining the downtown art scene. His studio on 20th Street became a gathering place for artists, jazz musicians, bikers, and boxers. He occasionally sparred with visiting fighters. He later established a studio in East Hampton, a former black smithy used previously by Jackson Pollock. Zox’s earliest works were collages consisting of pieces of painted paper stapled onto sheets of plywood. He then produced paintings that were illusions of collages, including both torn- and trued-edged forms, to which he added a wide range of strong hues that created ambiguous surfaces. Next, he omitted the collage aspect of his work and applied flat color areas to create more complete statements of pure color and shape. He then replaced these torn and expressive edges with clean and impersonal lines that would define his work for the next decade. From 1962 to 1965, he produced his Rotation series, at first creating plywood and Plexiglas reliefs, which turned squares into dynamic polygons. He used these shapes in his paintings as well, employing white as a foil between colors to produce negative spaces that suggest that the colored shapes had only been cut out and laid down instead of painted. The New York Times noted in 1964: “The artist is hip, cool, adventurous, not content to stay with the mere exercise of sensibility that one sees in smaller works.” In 1965, he began the Scissors Jack series, in which he arranged opposing triangular shapes with inverted Vs of bare canvas at their centers that threaten to split their compositions apart. In several works from this series, Zox was inspired by ancient Chinese water vessels...
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Three Square Composition, Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
LARRY ZOX (1937-2006) One of the principal representatives of the generation of young painters following the era of the Abstract Expressionists, Zox is best known for his exuberant g...
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1970s Op Art Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Composition Green, Geometric Abstract by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Green Composition I Year: 1980 Medium: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 15/100 Image: 12 x 27.5 inches Paper Size: 21 x 36 in. (53.34 x 91....
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1980s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Scissors Jack
By Larry Zox
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Larry Zox Medium: Serigraph Title: Scissors Jack Year: 1978 Edition: XIV/XXX Sheet Size: 29 1/2" x 39" Signed: Hand signed in pencil
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1970s Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Odon II, Abstract Screenprint by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Odon II Year: 1981 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 38/185 Size: 42 x 30 in. (106.68 x 76.2 cm)
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Niagara Series IV
By Larry Zox
Located in Washington, DC
Artist: Larry Zox Medium: Serigraph Title: Niagara Series IV Year: 1980 Edition: 81/175 Signed: Hand signed in pencil Sheet Size: 42 1/4" x 29 3/4"
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1980s Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Crow Slab II, Abstract Screenprint by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Crow Slab II Year: 1979 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Size: 42 x 30 in. (106.68 x 76.2 cm)
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Dexter's Choice, State II
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
Larry Zox Dexter's Choice, State II, ca. 1990 Mixed media, Watercolor pochoir, and Oil stick Wax, Water-Based Crayons, on heavy Arches museum watercolor rag paper with deckled edges ...
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1990s Color-Field Larry Zox Art

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Crayon, Oil, Watercolor, Monoprint, Mixed Media, Graphite

Crow Slab I
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Brow Slab I Year: 1979 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Size: 42 x 30 in. (106.68 x 76.2 cm)
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Larry Zox, Sounds Cut I, Abstract Expressionist Print
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Sounds Cut I Year: 1980 Medium: Screenprint, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 185 Size: 42.5 x 29.5 inches
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Untitled (Diagonal Composition)
By Larry Zox
Located in New York, NY
This stunning serigraph, "Untitled" (Diagonal Composition) was realized by the esteemed American color field artist Larry Zox (American, 1936-2006) circa 1965. It features a dynamic ...
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1960s Color-Field Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Colorful Abstract Silkscreen by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Zox moved to New York in 1958 and became part of the downtown art scene. By the mid-60s, his large geometric paintings were appearing in pres...
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Green Card Sound II, Abstract Expressionist Screenprint by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Green Card Sound II Year: 1980 Medium: Silkscreen, Signed in Pencil l.r. Edition: 185 Size: 40 x 30 in. (101.6 x 76.2 cm)
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Rotation I, Geometric Abstract by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Rotation I Year: 1978 Medium: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 160 Paper Size: 34 x 38 inches [86.36 x 96.52 cm]
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1970s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Two Square Composition, Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Auburn Hills, MI
LARRY ZOX (1937-2006) One of the principal representatives of the generation of young painters following the era of the Abstract Expressionists, Zox is best known for his exuberant g...
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1970s Op Art Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Larry Zox 'Double Green' Signed Limited Edition Geometric Abstract Print
By Larry Zox
Located in San Rafael, CA
Larry Zox (American, 1936 - 2006) Double Green Serigraph Edition 86/100 Signed and numbered in pencil Sheet 12in H x 27 1/4 in L In a silver metal frame: 38in L x 21 5/8” H x ¾” D
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Late 20th Century Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Moro I
By Larry Zox
Located in Saugatuck, MI
Large dramatic abstract limited edition screen print in bold orange and blue colors signed and numbered by the artist. Print is float mounted in a wood white painted frame under UV p...
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1980s Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Moro II, Abstract Silkscreen by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox, American (1937 - 2006) Title: Moro II Year: 1981 Medium: Screenprint, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 185 Size: 42.5 x 30 inches
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Green Card Sound I
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Green Card Sound I Year: 1980 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 185 Size: 40.5 x 30 inches
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Moby Grey
By Larry Zox
Located in Boca Raton, FL
In Mr. Zox's sigrrature works of the mid- to late 1960s, flatly painted diamonds, triangles and other hard-edged shapes were orchestrated into brilliant symmetrical and asymmetrical ...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Untitled
By Larry Zox
Located in Boca Raton, FL
In Mr. Zox's sigrrature works of the mid- to late 1960s, flatly painted diamonds, triangles and other hard-edged shapes were orchestrated into brilliant symmetrical and asymmetrical ...
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20th Century Larry Zox Art

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Canvas, Oil

Larry Zox "Rotation"
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of abstraction in American art of the 20th century. He played an essential role in the Color Field discourse of the 1960s...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Color Pencil

Larry Zox "Edmonton"
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of abstraction in American art of the 20th century. He played an essential role in the Color Field discourse of the 1960s...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Color Pencil

Larry Zox "Mosaic" Drawing, 1966
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of 20th century abstraction in America. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklahoma and went o...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Mixed Media

Larry Zox "Minus" Drawing
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of 20th century abstraction in America. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklahoma and went o...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Mixed Media

Larry Zox "Black Push" Drawing, 1965
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of 20th century abstraction in America. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklahoma and went o...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Mixed Media

Larry Zox "Meta Center" Drawing, 1965
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of 20th century abstraction in America. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklahoma and went o...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Mixed Media

Larry Zox "Teal Top" Drawing, 1966
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of 20th century abstraction in America. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklahoma and went on to work under the tutelage of modernist Georg Grosz at the Des Moines Art Centre. Zox moved to New York City and established his reputation by the mid 1960's. His studio was located on 20th Street and he was surrounded and inspired by a melting pot of jazz artists, bikers, and boxers. Zox was one of the most successful practitioners of hard-edge or geometric abstraction and not surprisingly was championed by Frank Stella, amongst others. By the mid 1960's, Zox arrived at his most recognized style, utilizing hard-edge shapes in bold colors to create geometric patterns, which were often realized on raw canvas. Zox's hard-edge geometric creations from the late 1960's and early 1970's are arguably the most recognizable works from his oeuvre. Fittingly he had a retrospective at the Whitney Museum in 1973, that focused on such work. Today, numerous museums including the Whitney, the MoMA, the Tate and the Metropolitan all have examples of his work from this era in their permanent collections. While Zox is not directly associated with the Op Art movement, many of his works by nature of their patterns and colors create visual illusions in dimensionality. In "Mosaic" the kelly green band that intersect the composition helps give the overall work an appearance of a slanted stair. Frequently the artist seems to be inviting the viewer to find pattern within the work. In "Mosaic" we have both areas of synergy and dissonance. Can you find them? Questions about this piece? Contact us! Teal Top...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Mixed Media, Paper

Larry Zox "Untitled (Push)" Drawing
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of abstraction in American art of the 20th century. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Okla...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Color Pencil

Niagara Series No. 5, Abstract Silkscreen by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Niagara Series No. 5 Year: circa 1980 Medium: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 175 Image Size: 34 x 13 inches Paper Size: 39 in. x 20.5 in....
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Larry Zox "Diamond Drill Series" Drawing
By Larry Zox
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Larry Zox (1937-2006) was a central figure in the evolution of abstraction in American art of the 20th century. Raised in Des Moines, Iowa, Zox studied at the University of Oklaho...
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1960s Abstract Geometric Larry Zox Art

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Paper, Color Pencil

Bonac I
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Bonac I Year: 1981 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Size: 42.5 x 29.5 inches
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Colorful Abstract Silkscreen by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Untitled 4 Year: circa 1980 Medium: Serigraph, signed and numbered in pencil Edition: 175 Image Size: 30.5 x 19 inches Paper Size: 42 x 30 in. (106.68 x 76....
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Grey Sweep II, Abstract Screenprint by Larry Zox
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Grey Sweep II Year: 1979 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Size: 41.5 x 30 inches
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

Untitled III
By Larry Zox
Located in Boston, MA
Artist: Zox, Larry Title: Untitled III Medium: Pochoir Unframed Dimensions: 37.25" x 43" Signature: Pencil signed Edition: HC
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Abstract Larry Zox Art

Bonac II
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Bonac II Year: 1981 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Image Size: 36 x 17 inches Size: 42.5 in. x 30 in. (107.95 cm x 76.2 cm)
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Grey Sweep I
By Larry Zox
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Larry Zox Title: Grey Sweep I Year: 1979 Medium: Serigraph, Signed and numbered in Pencil Edition: 160 Size: 41.5 x 30 inches
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Larry Zox Art

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Screen

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Find a wide variety of authentic Larry Zox art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of orange, blue, green and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Larry Zox in screen print, paper, paint and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the abstract style. Not every interior allows for large Larry Zox art, so small editions measuring 9 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Raymond Parker, John Chamberlain, and Melissa Meyer. Larry Zox art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $600 and tops out at $80,000, while the average work can sell for $2,000.

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