NY Art Commentary - World Artists
Adolph Gottlieb created a uniquely American blend of inspiration from late medieval and early Italian Renaissance masters, European cubism, and the freely expressive line of surrealism in his innovative "Pictographs" of the 1940s. Romanesque Facade (1949) brings together his aspiration to be intuitively understandable to everyone and to convey a universal emotional reality.
1903 - 1974
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