null
lock plus

William Fredericksen, Untitled geometric abstraction, 1958-1959

William Fredericksen
$1,000.00
William Fredericksen
Untitled mid century modern geometric abstraction, 1958-1959
Watercolor and Gouache on Board. Hand signed twice and dated
12 7/8 × 11 9/16 in

Unique
Terrific gouache and watercolor painting on board by; unframed and in very good condition.
William Fredericksen was born in Norway in 1914 and showed very early talent. He came to America with his designer mother and was accepted into the New Bauhaus School at the Chicago Institute of Design in 1946. He had the privilege of studying under former Bauhaus master László Moholy-Nagy, Alexander Archipenko and other significant Bauhaus instructors.
Upon graduation in 1948, he worked as Designer and Art Director for Women's Wear Daily and L.R. Froelich Pharmaceuticals before becoming a full time artist for the remainder of his life. Fredericksen owned and operated the Chester Gallery in Massachusetts for 30 years, where he continued to create important works. He had gallery showings dating back to 1947 at significant national and regional galleries, including The Art Institute of Chicago, and the Andre Emmerich gallery in New York.

Read more
Add to wishlist

Description

William Fredericksen
Untitled mid century modern geometric abstraction, 1958-1959
Watercolor and Gouache on Board. Hand signed twice and dated
12 7/8 × 11 9/16 in

Unique
Terrific gouache and watercolor painting on board by; unframed and in very good condition.
William Fredericksen was born in Norway in 1914 and showed very early talent. He came to America with his designer mother and was accepted into the New Bauhaus School at the Chicago Institute of Design in 1946. He had the privilege of studying under former Bauhaus master László Moholy-Nagy, Alexander Archipenko and other significant Bauhaus instructors.
Upon graduation in 1948, he worked as Designer and Art Director for Women's Wear Daily and L.R. Froelich Pharmaceuticals before becoming a full time artist for the remainder of his life. Fredericksen owned and operated the Chester Gallery in Massachusetts for 30 years, where he continued to create important works. He had gallery showings dating back to 1947 at significant national and regional galleries, including The Art Institute of Chicago, and the Andre Emmerich gallery in New York.

Additional info

Weight: 0.30 LBS
Width: 11.90
Height: 12.70
Min Purchase Qty: 1 unit
Max Purchase Qty: 1 unit
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout