Salvatore Grippi, ‘Abstract Figures’, 1958, Robert Funk Fine Art
Salvatore Grippi, ‘Abstract Figures’, 1958, Robert Funk Fine Art
Salvatore Grippi, ‘Abstract Figures’, 1958, Robert Funk Fine Art
Salvatore Grippi, ‘Abstract Figures’, 1958, Robert Funk Fine Art

Influenced by his landing at Normandy Beach in 6 June 1944 . Grippie was part of the Landing crew on the Normandy Invasion . This work is an investigation into the boundaries between abstraction and representation is on full display in this 1958 work by visionary artist Salvatore Grippi .
Grippi exhibited with the giants of the movement Kooning, Nevelson, and Kline.
Grippi's work is in the collections of the MOMA, The Whitney . The Met., The Library of Congress and the Hirshhorn Collection.
In the1950's he was with the Zabriskie Gallery.
In 2011, he was honored with a solo retrospective at Cornell University's Johnson Museum of Art.
Salvatore Grippi was my art professor at Ithaca college from 1970- 1971
Work is in original simple and minimal wood frame.

Signature: Signed and dated lower right .

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