Little Abstract Expressionist Painting by Wesley Johnson
This little abstract painting has a wonderful contrast of lights and darks, abstract, yet never totally non-objective. Signed in right corner by artist Wesley Johnson. “Johnson was a pupil of Howard Warshaw and the French painter André Lhote. The cubist style of Warshaw, combined with the airy and light feeling of impressionism and the abstraction of expression, influenced Johnson’s style of painting. His paintings often contain large, sweeping strokes, but a subtle use of color that evocative of his spontaneous, non-objective style”.
|Creator||Wesley Johnson (Artist)|
|Country of Origin||United States|