Hans Hofmann

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Born in 1880, Hans Hofmann was one of the most influential figures in American Abstract Expressionism.

As a teacher and an independent painter he inspired a generation of artists who became household names in the mid-Twentieth Century. He exhibited widely and his works are in many museum collections. His first solo exhibit in New York City, New York, was at Peggy Guggenheim's gallery, "Art Of This Century", in 1944.

He died in 1966.

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Title

Academy Drawing Of A Male Figure

Artist

Hans Hofmann, German-American ~ 1880 - 1966

Signed

Unsigned

Medium

Charcoal On Paper

Provenance

International Auction Gallery, Anaheim California, from the collection of a Los Angeles, California collector who was a close friend of the artist

Price

SOLD

Size

25" by 19"

Style

American Abstract Expressionism

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