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Arthur Holman

American, (1926–2015)
A Post-War California artist, Arthur Holman studied at the University of New Mexico, BFA 1951; Hans Hofmann School 1951; and the California School of Fine Arts 1953. Holman’s abstract paintings of the 1950s used regular, abbreviated brush strokes to build subtly modulated surfaces of extremely close-valued colors. His abstractions were based upon impressions of nature. In the 1960s and 1970s he turned to more clearly defined landscapes bathed in radiant colors and reminiscent of the paintings of French Post-Impressionist painter Pierre Bonnard.

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