Minimalist paintings of defined fields of color and shapes as a reaction to abstract expressionism became popular in the 1960s. Ellsworth Kelly was among one of the many artists contributing to the this movement, producing works such as Spectrum IV (shown below). This piece is reminiscent of the ubiquitous rainbow theme of that decade. Get it for $18.95 from the Moma Design Store.

…and I wouldn’t leave you “hanging” without these super elegant poster hangers for only $22-26 from momastore.org, a great alternative to a costly custom frame.

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