This geometric abstract was painted by American artist Arthur Hoerner (1933-1987). Hoener was born in Brooklyn, New York, and studied graphic design at Cooper Union before receiving degrees in painting from Yale, where he was a student of Josef Albers. He also studied with Hans Hoffman at Black Mountain College. Hoener taught at the Massachusetts College of Art, Boston University and Hampshire College and ran a design and advertising service for a period of time in Boston. Hoener’s paintings, drawings and wood sculptures have been exhibited widely.
Acrylic on panel, signed, dated 1973, and titled on verso “Interlocking Forms #3,” and housed in a simple thin black wooden frame. Dimensions: 23 ½” h x 23 ½” w, actual; 23 ⅞” h x 23 ⅞” w, framed.
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