‘Camelot’ is a large abstract narrative oil on panel painting created by American artist Doug Frohman in 2016. Featuring a palette made of grey, beige, yellow, blue, red and black, the painting showcases a composition à la Mondrian with a perfect organization of large rectangular areas containing the various colors. The resemblance with Mondrian stops here however, as Frohman does not limit his palette to primary colors and alternates solid areas with textured fields. The colors are directly contrasted to one another without a separation of any sort, in a perfect symbiosis. The title, inspired by the Arthurian Legend, reminds us of the artist’s passion for architecture and the result reflects on his constant reflection upon the interconnection of things. Unframed, this large square format will create a stunning focal point in any home, whether placed above a sofa, enfilade or console table. Frohman’s work has been exhibited and collected across the US including Library of Congress, Washington, DC, Weiss Memorial Hospital, Chicago, IL, Doris & Jerome Hirschmann Foundation, Wilmette, IL.