New Day is one of a series of horizontal stripe paintings that Kenneth Noland began in 1967. Prior to this series of works, Noland applied color bands in various geometric motifs—including concentric circles and chevrons—on square canvases. Eventually he began to experiment with irregularly and asymmetrically shaped canvases, which allowed him to eliminate the expanses of bare canvas that arose as he depicted his motifs on a traditional structure. Ultimately, however, he came to regard these geo

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