In this print the artist creates a visual play between the elegant curve of the bentwood back of the Windsor style dining chair and the paisley patterned tablecloth. A visual tension is created by the warm red background competing against the detailed foreground. This image was used on a holiday greeting card published by the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York.
This suite is a continuation of the artist’s fascination with everyday objects found in his studio environment. He moved his studio from Broome Street to Greene Street in the center of the SoHo section of Manhattan in 1969. This suite focuses on scenes and objects in his Greene Street studio. The artist uses color and his sense of humor to make ordinary objects into images that are iconic– so that an ordinary roll of bathroom tissue, a toilet seat, and a toaster oven become something much more than they are in real life.