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Geometric shapes in orange, grey, red and green dance across a white ground with lyrical precision in this acrylic by Burton Kramer. Like 20th century European painter Wassily Kandinsky, renowned for his experiments with synesthesia of color and music, Kramer explores the language of visual forms and sound. The title of the painting refers to the Moog electronic synthesizer that became an industry standard after its use in an award winning 1968 album of music by Bach.


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