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Small Flags (Abstracted Still Life), ca. 1965
Oil on canvas
32 × 39 × 2 in
81.3 × 99.1 × 5.1 cm
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Carrie Haddad Gallery
Hudson
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Larson Juhl black recessed wood frame.
Mid-century modern, abstracted still life with a cubist …

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Larson Juhl black recessed wood frame.
Mid-century modern, abstracted still life with a cubist perspective. A warm palette is used with predominately bright yellow, orange, and grey hues.
Lionel Gilbert moved back and forth between abstraction and figuration, at once describing specific objects and presenting flat, …

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Lionel Gilbert experienced a long and commendable career as an artist, a teacher and an illustrator. He succeeded in all aspects of his career because he found ways to remain versatile and adapt to a changing world so he could continue to produce his art. Gilbert became enthralled with art at an early age and began his artistic training early in New Jersey at the Newark School of Fine & Industrial Art in 1924. Upon graduating, the young artist moved to France to further his studies before returning to the states at the dawn of WWII where he began teaching as part of Chicago's W.P.A program and created large murals in public buildings across the country. He later worked as an illustrator for mainstream magazines depicting the quintessential American household until the war when he served as an on-site Air Force artist in England depicting various aspects of military life. In 1965 Gilbert traded traditional American illustration for abstract painting and enjoyed a full time career as an artist, exhibiting in New York City’s galleries. This body of work highlights Gilbert's unique studies of still lifes from a cubist perspective. Gilbert also enjoyed teaching at the 92nd Street Y Art Center in Manhattan for nearly forty years. Carrie Haddad Gallery currently represents the Gilbert Estate.
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Signed Lionel Gilbert, lower right hand corner
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About the work
Carrie Haddad Gallery
Hudson
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Larson Juhl black recessed wood frame.
Mid-century modern, abstracted still life with a cubist …

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Larson Juhl black recessed wood frame.
Mid-century modern, abstracted still life with a cubist perspective. A warm palette is used with predominately bright yellow, orange, and grey hues.
Lionel Gilbert moved back and forth between abstraction and figuration, at once describing specific objects and presenting flat, …

Read more
Series
Lionel Gilbert experienced a long and commendable career as an artist, a teacher and an illustrator. He succeeded in all aspects of his career because he found ways to remain versatile and adapt to a changing world so he could continue to produce his art. Gilbert became enthralled with art at an early age and began his artistic training early in New Jersey at the Newark School of Fine & Industrial Art in 1924. Upon graduating, the young artist moved to France to further his studies before returning to the states at the dawn of WWII where he began teaching as part of Chicago's W.P.A program and created large murals in public buildings across the country. He later worked as an illustrator for mainstream magazines depicting the quintessential American household until the war when he served as an on-site Air Force artist in England depicting various aspects of military life. In 1965 Gilbert traded traditional American illustration for abstract painting and enjoyed a full time career as an artist, exhibiting in New York City’s galleries. This body of work highlights Gilbert's unique studies of still lifes from a cubist perspective. Gilbert also enjoyed teaching at the 92nd Street Y Art Center in Manhattan for nearly forty years. Carrie Haddad Gallery currently represents the Gilbert Estate.
Signature
Signed Lionel Gilbert, lower right hand corner
Small Flags (Abstracted Still Life), ca. 1965
Oil on canvas
32 × 39 × 2 in
81.3 × 99.1 × 5.1 cm
Sold