Roy De Forest: Triumph of the Round Heads


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Who called Roy De Forest an “obscure visual constructor of mechanical delights”? He did. The delights he constructed generally involved dogs, cartoon faces with eminent noses, and eyes that look right through you. Their visual language was defiantly folk art. One of the original “humorous figuration” artists of the early 1960s, he joined a rebellion against Abstract Expressionism and determined to use paint to create an alternative world. Revel in De Forest’s eccentric artistry as you put together this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle.