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Gerhard Richter ‘Abstraktes Bild (682-4)’, 1988

Originating from the heart of Richter’s inquiry into the transcendence of painterly abstraction, which began in 1976, Abstraktes Bild (682-4), 1988, displays a supreme chromatic complexity, offering an illustriously hypnotic field of luminous painterly pigment.

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