2 edition of Lorser Feitelson found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Kinetic series|
|Contributions||Louis Stern Fine Arts.|
|LC Classifications||N6537.F375 L68 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||2005927738|
So much so that she, along with her husband Lorser Feitelson, was included in the book “The Birth of the Cool. “s West Coast style exuded "cool": from the smooth, hypnotic strains of a Miles Davis riff through Richard Neutra's elegant, modernist residences to the hard-edged paintings of Helen Lundeberg and Karl Benjamin.”. Printed Matter, Inc. is an independent (c)(3) non-profit organization founded in by artists and art workers with the mission to foster the appreciation, dissemination, and understanding of artists' books and other artists' publications.
The signature, "Property of Lorser Feitelson," appears on the upper edge of the front cover. Feitelson was one of the founders of what came to be called the Los Angeles School of painting, a post-surrealist style that developed into what became the "Hard Edge" style of abstraction. This drawing exhibits a classical approach to draftsmanship. ‘The Fountain’ was created in by Lorser Feitelson in Expressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of symbolic painting at – best visual art : Lorser Feitelson.
Lorser Feitelson was active/lived in California, New York. Lorser Feitelson is known for hard edge-op modernist, surreal figure painting. A painter, Lorser Feitelson became known for abstraction but briefly explored mural painting of regionalist subjects. In his signature work, Feitelson used many images and symbols that evoke dreams and address the subconscious mind.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Catalog of the exhibition to be held at the San Francisco Museum of Moden Art, Oct. 2-Nov. 16, ; at the Frederick S. Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, Mar. May 3, Lorser Feitelson: eternal recurrence.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. Around the time Feitelson and McCray began discussing the series, Jules Langsner and Feitelson were working on a book project on the history of art.
There was much activity, conversation and preliminary work of which McCray was aware. The book project ended with Langsner’s untimely death but it captured McCray’s imagination.
Lorser Feitelson was born in Savannah, Georgia in His family relocated to New York soon after his birth and would remain there throughout his youth. The. Lorser Feitelson (b. Savannah, Georgia, d.
Los Angeles, ) and Helen Lundeberg (b. Chicago, d. Los Angeles, ) were two of the most significant forces for the advancement of modern art in Southern California. Lorser Feitelson's writings consist of artist statements, writings about his artwork and career, and writings about other artists.
Helen Lundeberg's writings include artist statements, writing about her work, pamphlets about the technique and content of her murals for the Works Progress Administration Federal Art Program, and her poetry. The papers of Los Angeles painters and art instructors Lorser Feitelson and Helen Lundeberg measure linear feet and date from circa s to The papers document the careers of the two artists, including their establishment of the Post-surrealism movement in southern California, their work for federal arts programs, and their later.
Wendy studied with Lorser Feitelson at Art Center College of Design and in a private study group focused on painting composition. In she assisted Lundeberg with the initial inventory of the Feitelsons’ artwork and collections at the beginning of the Foundation’s organization.
Lorser Feitelson captures a moment in time, as a young woman drifts off while reading a book. The artist's drawing skill with the litho crayon is demonstrated in this print focusing on the figure and completely eliminating a background.
An impression of this image was included in the exhibition Los Angeles Prints - in Lorser Feitelson (–) was an artist known as one of the founding fathers of Southern California-based hard-edge painting.
Born in Savannah, Georgia, Feitelson was raised in New York City, where his family relocated shortly after his birth. His rise to prominence occurred after.
- Woman reading Lorser Feitelson born Febru in Savannah (Georgia), USA died (80) in Los Angeles (California), USA. Full text of "Lorser Feitelson oral history transcript" See other formats.
Lorser Feitelson Aug'72" in black ink on the title page to the then-married noted Los Angeles art collectors and patrons Frederick and Marcia Weisman. It was acquired by us directly from Ms. Weisman's library prior to her passing. Lorser Feitelson (–) Alternative names: Lorser Feitelson, I.
Lorser Feitelson: Description: American painter and artist: Date of birth/death: 11 February 24 May Location of birth/death: Savannah: Los Angeles: Authority control. InLouis Stern Fine Arts Showed A Retrospective Exhibition For Lorser Feitelson Entitled Lorser Feitelson And The Invention Of Hard-Edge Painting, The Same Year, Noho Modern Showed The Works Of June Harwood In An Exhibition Entitled.
- This Pin was discovered by Lori Ransom. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest. Feitelson is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Lorser Feitelson (–), American painter; This page lists people with the surname Feitelson.
If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link. Lorser Feitelson (–) studied art in New York City and Paris before moving to Southern California in There, Feitelson explored a succession of artistic styles and, by the s, he began painting geometric abstractions that he called “magical space forms.” These compositions juxtapose b.
Artists: Lorser Feitelson ( – ), Helen Lundeberg ( – ). Scope: The catalogues raisonnés will cover each artists’ oeuvre of earliest known painting by Feitelson is a self portrait from He painted until his death in Lundeberg’s earliest painting was Apple Harvesters fromwhich she painted as Feitelson’s student.External links modified.
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