While not strictly so, this painting relies heavily on primary colours. Red, blue, and yellow are dominant and distinct in a Piet Mondrian-esque puzzle of cubic colours. Unlike Mondrian, Sargent allows his paints to bleed into one another, streak across each other, and overlap in various degrees of opacity. There the artist’s hand is evident, endowing this work with unique character. By printing his works directly onto glass panes, Sargent has created a floating composition, suspended in mid air between us and the frame. Over the slick, spotless transparency of glass A P Sargent establishes textural, vibrant planes through the layering of blocks of colour.