Richard Mock, Points of Departure, 1985
Points of Departure, 1985
Oil on canvas, in 5 parts
26 x 10 in. / 66 x 25.4 cm. each
Richard Mock was a dynamic draftsman who was a printmaker, painter, sculptor and editorial cartoonist. He was primarily known for his linocut prints, which were often used for many years in the Op-Ed page of the New York Times. This same energy and rough-cut technique can be seen in his more abstract paintings, as well.