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Abstract Art Canvas - Unknown NYC Artist
Abstract Art Canvas - Unknown NYC Artist
Abstract Art Canvas - Unknown NYC Artist

Abstract Art Canvas - Unknown NYC Artist

Regular price $125.00 Sale

Abstract Art Canvas - Painting contemporary, Painting by unknown NYC Artist, Moody greens and earthy brown provide a background of vibrant paint splatters in turquoise, red and warm shades of white. A prominent Orb provides a focal point, a singular identifiable element within the chaos. 

We have left it unframed so that you can display how you see fit, the edges are finished.

Perfect for the novice or advanced Art collector. We believe orginal Art should be accessible to everyone. We intentionaly seek all different price points for all levels of collectors.  We are proud to support and feature Art by local NYC Artists!

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DIMENSIONS: 12" W x 16" H x 2" D

FACTS & HISTORY: It's fair to say that after 1940 because of World War II the capital of the art world moved from Paris to New York. It began in the forties but it took some time to fully evolve, for the community of people people who foster the production, exhibition, appreciation, and sales of contemporary art to form. You need networks of galleries, dealers, collectors, curators, museum officials and trustees, and critics etc. A network did emerge in New York City after 1945, just not overnight. A rich scene emerged downtown in the 60’s and 70’s fully blossoming in the over the top 1980’s. NYC continues to be a destination for young artists to become inspired and hope to be discovered.

- source The New Yorker, Louis Menand