Henry Botkin: From Realism to Abstraction

Henry Botkin was a mid-century American modernist equally known as a painter, a collage artist, and for his work as a proponent of abstract art. Botkin’s oeuvre can be defined by three distinct styles—School of Paris Modernism, Cubism, and Abstract Expressionism.
, 'Billiard Player,' ca. 1930, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Billiard Player, ca. 1930

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$20,000 - 30,000

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, 'Evolution,' 1963, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Evolution, 1963

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$2,500 - 5,000

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, 'Double Green,' 1957, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Double Green, 1957

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$10,000 - 15,000

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, 'Hidden Melody,' ca. 1948, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Hidden Melody, ca. 1948

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, 'Abstract in Green, Blue and Orange,' ca. 1958, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Abstract in Green, Blue and Orange, ca. 1958

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$5,000 - 7,500

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, 'Winter Weather,' 1951, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Winter Weather, 1951

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$6,000

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, 'The Meeting,' ca. 1951, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

The Meeting, ca. 1951

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$4,500

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, 'Pink Painting,' 1975, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Pink Painting, 1975

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$7,000

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, 'Giglio II,' 1945, Childs Gallery

Henry Botkin

Giglio II, 1945

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$5,500

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