The artist Richard Allen Morris, born in 1933 in Chula Vista, California and now resident in San Diego, is known as "a painter’s painter".
This comprehensive book begins with his first representational early work in 1958 and ends with his latest works from 2004. After his extremely idiosyncratic interpretation of Pop Art in the sixties, Morris turned towards abstract painting at the beginning of the seventies and developed an almost infinite love of experimentation.
He more or less deconstructed the entire spectrum of form of Abstract Art from the Classical Modern onwards. His own peculiar humour is important factor in the spirited way he tackles the unwritten "rules" of painting.