"Robert Ryman, Minimalist Painter Who Made the Most of White, Dies at 88," Obituary, The New York Times
, by Roberta Smith, Feb. 9, 2019
Robert Ryman, one of the most important American artists to emerge after World War II, a Minimalist who achieved a startling non-Minimalist variety in his paintings even though they were mostly white and usually square, died on Friday at his home in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. He was 88.
His death was announced on Saturday by a spokeswoman for the Pace Gallery in New York, which has long represented him. No cause was given.
Mr. Ryman was perhaps peculiarly American in being an autodidact who never
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