Relief Sculpture: graphite and vinyl asbestos tile on wood
12 x 12 inches
Date: 1979

In the late 1970s, Donald Sultan began to make pictures on vinyl floor tiles, which he covered with tar, and then carved and sometimes painted. Geometric and hard-edged, works like Hats fused Minimalist strategies and industrial materials with recognizable subjects.

All works by Donald Sultan
white, geometric, minimal, black, floor tile, vinyl, hard-edge
Delaware Art Museum
Accession: 2008-51
  • Gifted: Recent Additions to the Permanent Collection. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington, Delaware, July 12, 2008 – November 9, 2008.

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