Reduction Landscape Abstract Oil Painting by Stevan Kissel
This abstract painting by little known Los Angeles artist is a fine example of color abstraction. Painting has been newly framed in a gold leafed 2.5″ box frame with a voided area all around. The original black canvas surround is still intact. The original Entry Label from 1964 is still affixed on the back of the canvas.
Biography: Stevan Kissel was active / lived in California. He was known for his abstract modernist oil on canvas paintings. He attended Otis Art Institute. He exhibited in three-person show Young Artists, and is on a Round Table panel moderated by Lorser Feitelson, at LA Art Assn., LAT, June 17, 1962, page N 27; wins Grumbacher $300 Purchase Award at California Water Color Society 43rd Annual, at Otis Art Institute, LAT, November 10, 1963, page B 23; his painting mentioned in a review of the California National Water Color Society, 47th Annual, at Otis Art Institute, LAT, November 17, 1967, page C 10.
H 9 in. x W 25.5 in. x D 2.5 in.
711 North La Cienega Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90069 USA