Frammenti di Villa Giulia
Vance Kirkland (1904–1981, American)
oil paint and water on linen
47 1/2 x 39 1/2 inches
IV. Abstract Expressionism; C. Roman Abstraction. Vance Kirkland took a sabbatical from the University of Denver, where he was Director of the School of Art, and painted for six months in Italy in 1960. This painting depicts Etruscan fragments of glass (frammenti) in the Villa Giulia in Rome.
Not currently on view
Signed "Kirkland 1960 (31)" lower left center
Collection Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art