Abstract Oil Painting by John Harrison Levee, 1976
Great abstract on a white ground, featuring green, a variety of blues, ochre and red, by John Harrison Levee, an artist of renown. Painting is signed and dated on verso: July I, 1976, has been fully restored and is handsomely framed.
About the artist:
“John Harrison Levee was one of the leading American artists in Paris during the post-war period along with Sam Francis. A prominent exponent of Abstract Expressionism or Abstraction Lyrique, as it was known in France, Levee established an international reputation with numerous museum exhibitions Levee also quickly established an international reputation, exhibiting at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1957 and 1958, the Whitney Museum NY in 1957, 1959 and 1965, Carnegie Institue ,1958, Museum of Modern Art Jerusalem 1963, Phoenix Museum of Art Arizona, 1964, Museum of Tel Aviv 1969, Palm Springs Museum 1977.” Hanina Fine Arts.
We currently have four paintings available by this artist.
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