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Vintage

Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky

French 50s 60s

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Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky
Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky
Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky
Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky
Playful Abstract by Bert Miripolsky

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage
Condition:
Very Good; very good original condition
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
oil on board/wood frame
Size:
24" L x 19" W
Color/Finish:
multi

Why We Love This

Playful painting with expressive flecks of red and green against a white background. Signed and displayed in a simple wood frame. American artist Miripolsky studied at the Chicago Art Institute in the early 1940s, drawing influence from Kandinsky and Rothko, and has since exhibited around the world. His works, which portray personal experiences expressed through color and form, are largely untitled, intending for the viewer to experience in a more individual way.
As described by French 50s 60s

About French 50s 60s

For the past three decades, Galerie Sommerlath and French 50s 60s owner Michele Sommerlath has been an art and antiques dealer with a specialty in American and European Mid-Century Modern design. Born in France, she spent the early part of her youth in Morocco before moving back to Paris. She credits both countries with informing her taste for design and color. Her approach to curation is intuitive: She buys what she loves. Her current passion is revisiting and refreshing 1980s design.