Carl Alexander: The Last Washington Color School Painter
Carl Alexander is the last unknown Washington Color School painter. Zenith is proud and enthusiastic to present his first one man show.
The 1953 meeting of artists Morris Louis (1912-1962) and Kenneth Noland (1924-2010) set off a new movement known as the Washington Color School. They expanded on Abstract Expressionism with a heavy focus on the role of color and its application. Clement Greenberg promoted it in his landmark exhibit Post-Painterly Abstraction in 1964. The Washington Color School reached international fame.