Colorful abstract expressionist work on paper by Chicago artist George Waite.
George Waite, (1934-1994), was an American abstract expressionist artist working in Chicago, Ill. His works are strong and expressive in nature, with large sweeping stroke of pigment.
This work from 1963 is a great example of the artist’s work.
Oil pastels on brown paper.
Measures 23″ x 16″ sight size, 33.5″ x 26″ x 1.5″ overall including frame.