Mar 2, 2020
Mar 2, 2020

Some More

Some More


Joan Mitchell

(American, 1925–1992)

Oil on canvas

Overall unframed: 130 x 291.1 cm (51 3/16 x 114 5/8 in.); Each panel unframed: 130 x 97 cm (51 3/16 x 38 3/16 in.)

Promised Gift of Nancy F. and Joseph P. Keithley 21.2020


Did you know?

In 1967, Mitchell purchased a two-acre estate in Vétheuil, France, the gardener's cottage of which had previously been home to Impressionist Claude Monet.


During the final quarter century of her career, Joan Mitchell made a significant number of multipanel paintings, including Some More, comprising three equal-sized canvases whose composition bridges their shared edges. While the painting’s color and texture connote nature—such as a bed of flowers or shimmering sunlight—its rhythmic interaction of brushwork also suggests a source in music. In fact, Mitchell loved listening to opera while working in her studio during this period.

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