A landscape so abstract that Tuttle feels the need to explain it on the back of his postcard: “The three reflections - Do you see them? Mountain, sky and water?”
Richard Tuttle mail art to Samuel J. Wagstaff, 1971 Sept. 15. Samuel Wagstaff papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

A landscape so abstract that Tuttle feels the need to explain it on the back of his postcard: “The three reflections - Do you see them? Mountain, sky and water?”

Richard Tuttle mail art to Samuel J. Wagstaff, 1971 Sept. 15. Samuel Wagstaff papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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