...But in the later years of his career, Reinhart became obsessed with one thing -- pure painting. These paintings were composed according to a meticulous set of rules. They were large, geometric, subtle. At first looking at them you would see nothing but an unrelieved field of color, in this case, black. But on closer inspection, on staring until your eyes start to twitch, the variations become visible. He painted the same pattern, a checkerboard-like design, over and over, with no visible brushstrokes.

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