1950s abstract painting by American artist Harry Nadler.
Harry Nadler (1930-1990), was and American abstract painter who lived and worked in New York and New Mexico. He was known as a formalist abstract painter that worked in many different mediums. Harry studied at UCLA, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in 1958, and earned a Fulbright Scholar to Spain in 1960.Nadler was a teacher at the University of California Los Angeles, UCLA, from 1958-59; New York University, 1960-65; Brooklyn Museum Art School, 1960-65; Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, 1965-71; and University New Mexico, Albuquerque, 1971-90.
Nadler’s works have been exhibited around the world including:
Los Angeles County Museum of Art annuals; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Annual; Denver Museum annual for Western artists; Butler Institute Art; Library of Congress; the Nebli Gallery, Madrid, Spain; Arte de America y Espana, Spain, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut; Dorsky Gallery, New York City; International Exhibition of Young Artists. Tokyo, Japan; Westmoreland County Museum Art; Heckscher Museum, New York City; Bertha Schaefer Gallery, New York City; Gallery Paul Facchetti, Paris, France; Timeless Paintings from the U.S.A; Indianapolis Museum; Institute Franco-American, France; American Library, Brussels, Belgium; Museumée des Beaux Arts, Nancy, France; The New School, Boston Art Club, New York City; London Arts Gallery, Detroit, MI; Janus Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Gruenebaum Gallery, New York City; Cantor/Lemberg Gallery, Birmingham, MI; Pennsylvania State University, Pennsylvania; University New Mexico, Fine Arts Museum; Eller Gallery, Albuquerque, New Mexico; Sena Gallery East, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This work is a mixed media on artist’s board.
Measures 22″ x 28″ sight size, and 27″ x 33″ x 2″ overall including a framing.
Excellent condition. Original frame has wear and discoloration to linen liner.