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Albert Kotin, Predators, 1951. Oil on canvas, 36 x 28 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates. This painting was exhibited at the famous 9th Street Art Exhibition, (9th St. Show) in May 21-June 10, 1951
Albert Kotin, Predators, 1951
Albert Kotin (1907-1980) belonged to the early generation of New York School Abstract Expressionist Artists whose artistic innovation by the 1950s had been recognized across the Atlantic including Paris. New York School Abstract Expressionism represented by Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning, Franz Kline and others became the leading art movement of the postwar era.
Albert Kotin VIDEO
Conrad Marca-Relli, Untitled, 1958. Oil on canvas-collage on canvas, 38 x 47 1/2 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Conrad Marca-Relli, Untitled, 1958
Conrad Marca-Relli was a New York School Abstract Expressionist artist. This period was later defined as The Abstract Expressionist Era. His "monumental collages" were hailed as a major art form. His works are in the collections of the leading museums of America and Europe and in private collections around the world.
Conrad Marca-Relli VIDEO
Joe Stefanelli, Wednesday, 1958. Oil on canvas. 50 x 60 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Joe Stefanelly, Wednesday, 1958
Joe Stefanelli (born March 20, 1921) also known as Joseph J. Stefanelli belonged to the New York School Abstract Expressionist artists whose influence and artistic innovation by the 1950s had been recognized around the world. According to John Russell art critic of the New York Times. "He has for a long time had the gift of color that sings out in tune." As one of the youngest artists of the Abstract Expressionsit Group he participated in the first artists’ annual called the "9th St. Show" His paintings are seen in a number of museums throughout the US and Europe.
Joe Stefanelli VIDEO
Nicolas Carone, Untitled, 1957. Oil on canvas, 60 x 74 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Nicolas Carone, Untitled, 1957
Nicolas Carone (1917-2010) was among the most prominent artists associated with the American Abstract Expressionism.
Nicolas Carone VIDEO
Giorgio Cavallon, Untitled, 1974-75. Oil on canvas, 72 x 74 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Giorgio Cavallon, Untitled, 1972-1975
Giorgio Cavallon (1904-1989) was born in Sorio, near Vicenza, Italy. He was influenced early in his career by Dutch modernist Piet Mondrian. In New York City during the 1930s and 1950s, he was closely associated with Arshile Gorky, William De Kooning, and other abstract expressionists. Since the late 1960s and 1970s, Cavallon has framed his surfaces with small, dark shapes in order to control the large, unified rectangles of light color. Cavallons paintings have been described as exuding a subtle, atmospheric light reminiscent of Mediterranean villages.
Julius Hatofsky, Untitled, 1990. Oil on artist board, 30 x 40 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Julius Hatofsky, Untitled, 1990
Hatofsky first studied as a teenager in the art classes given by the Federal Art Project. After serving in WWII, he continued in New York at the Art Students League and Hans Hofmann School and in Paris at Académie de la Grand Chaumiere. He painted in New York until moving to San Francisco in 1961 to teach at the Art Institute where he remained for 33 years. During the 1960s he worked in a Bay Area Abstrct Expressionist mode; however, by the 1970s his paintings moved toward Figurative Expressionism. He died in Vallejo, CA on January 1, 2006.
Anki King, Fall, 2011. Oil oncanvas, 54 x 74 inches. All rights reserved by the artist or his legal delegates.
Anki King, Fall, 2011
Anki King (1970- ) was born near Oslo, Norway. In 1991 Anki King was accepted in the three year program at Oslo Drawing and Painting School before moving to New York in 1994. In New York she has built a strong career as a painter and exhibits frequently both in Europe and in USA. Her direct and solemn work requires pondering of the image for a deeper search and understanding. Recently she has begun making sculpture part of her expressive language.
Anki King “LICC ARTIST OF THE YEAR” Winner
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