Lorser Feitelson(1898 - 1978)
|Lorser Feitelson was born in Savannah, Georgia, in 1898. He took to drawing at an early age, and was first taught by his father. An avowed Modernist, Feitelson was introduced to modern art when his family moved to New York when he was a boy. Attending the 1913 Armory show inspired 7 years of experimentation with Cubism and Futurism. In 1927 he settled in Los Angeles and teamed up with Helen Lundeberg to form a movement known as Post-Surrealism. Feitleson exhibited extensively throughout his long life, and is credited with being a major force in Southern California Modernist art.|
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(1898 - 1978)
Oil on canvas
44 x 60 inches