To my eye this "crock study" quite transcends itself as a study (an art school exercise I might guess), and I'm really rather obsessed with it as very resolved feeling, minimalist sort of a painting, which manages to impart this large pottery crock with a wonderfully stoic sense of force and grandeur. The squareness of the bottom of the crock above what I take for the ledge of a table seems to strip it of illusionism and makes the painting itself a thing. Strangely good.
11 3/4" x 7 7/8". Very good condition, watercolor/gouache on board. "Crock Study '89" written on reverse.