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Breaking Column III (1989, stainless steel). Private collection.
George Rickey standing in boat floating on a pond, Germany, 1987
Three Squares Vertical Diagonal (1978, stainless steel). Benesse Art Site, Naoshima Island, Japan.
George Rickey sitting with with Five Squares Horizontal (1981) at the Josef Albers Museum, Bottrop, Germany, 1984
George Rickey worked as painter, muralist, and sculptor. Across his diverse body of work from the paintings of the 1920s through the final sculptures of the 2000s, there are four themes that emerge: Movement, Color, Relationships, and Scale. These themes provide an insight into Rickey’s work that may not be immediately apparent when looking at the work chronologically.