The dominant style during Robert Gordy's formative years was abstract expressionism, but his images resemble Pop art more. Here, he creates a simplified view of a rural landscape, which resembles his native Louisiana as if seen from an airplane. The repetition of forms harkens to Andy Warhol's images of mass-produced objects in the early 1960s.


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