Morris Broderson

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Morris Broderson is a well-listed California painter known for his semi-abstract figural and allegorical works.

Born deaf in 1928, his budding talent as an artist was mentored by well-known California artist Francis De Erdely. His works have been exhibited at the Whitney Museum, the de Young Museum, the Corcoran Gallery and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine arts. He recently died this year, 2011.

 

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Title

The Trap

Artist

Morris Broderson, American ~ 1928 - 2011

Medium

Oil on Canvas

Signed

lower left

Dated

1962

Provenance

From the estate of celebrated Hollywood Director Robert Wise. Exhibited at the University of Arizona Museum 1974 - 1975, Andrew Crispo Gallery, NYC, and the Downtown  Gallery, NYC

Price

SOLD

Size

72" x 55"

Style

Surrealism Figural Allegory

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