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Scroll through the gallery below to experience some of Fuller Potter's masterpieces.

You can also double click on each image for full screen view.

When starting his transition towards abstract painting, he combined his graphic skills with his mastery of color, and followed a path that would lead to his artistic peak, during his full abstract expressionist period.


Fuller Potter's work evolved towards a mature and personal form of abstraction.


Potter never pursued the drip/throw action mode of abstract expressionism to any notable degree.


His paint is delivered with loaded brush in hand, opulently, generously and aggressively - keeping with the style of Ad Reinhardt's early works and with Jackson Pollock's 1940s pre-drip works.


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