Feito's work can be characterized by a subdued, colorless palette, contrasting blacks, grays, whites, and ochers. He later introduced red into his compositions as a counterpoint, and then as the primary color in many compositions. His work from this period also exhibits his interest in materiality through his overlapping of smooth and encrusted surfaces, which he accomplished by using sand and heavy impasto.- Source; Guggenheim Museum, Luis Feito page.
Luis Feito (1929 - -)
Composition #366, 1962
Galerie Cosner au Ritz-Carlton Montréal
Oil on canvas
Post-War Canadian art
73 cm x 60 cm / 28,5'' x 23,5''
Signed, titled and dated on verso