Little Abstract Painting by Bert Miripolsky
Bert Miripolsky created fine abstract impressionist paintings from the 1950s through the 1980s. Each painting is purposely nameless as he wanted each person to experience the art from their own perspective. An accomplished artist, Miripolsky has shown his art in exhibitions all-over the world.
Abstract Expressionism sometimes called The New York school is the first American born art movement to affect profoundly every part of the world where modern concepts of art exist.
It is a deeply introspective movement, for it is not concerned with an interpretation of the outer world but only with the artist’s own inner life.
|Material||Oil Paint, Wood|
|Creator||Bert Miripolsky (Painter)|
|Country of Origin||United States|