Gino Hollander 1924-2015 Original Abstract Oil on Canvas Painting.
Art Net Reference Artist Biography: "Gino Hollander was an American painter best known for abstract representations of the human figure, landscapes, and bulls. In a bold and fluid style similar to the work of Franz Kline, Hollander’s paintings were calligraphic in their energetic mark making. “I chose painting for the immediacy of the moment the medium can allow—its immediacy of expression. I find my deepest moments are of feeling and that is what I strive for in my painting,” he once reflected. “The art of painting provides me with a constant mirror of my being—both successes and failures, the good moments and bad.” Born on August 4, 1924 in Newark, NJ, he attended Rutgers University before serving in the U.S. Army’s Mountain Division Ski Troop during World War II. Hollander had a successful career as a documentary filmmaker throughout the 1950s. In 1960, he decided to focus on painting after becoming friend with Abstract Expressionist painters at the Cedar Tavern. He died at the age of 91 on August 27, 2015 in Newport Beach, CA. Today, Hollander’s works are held in the collections of the Bristol City Museum, the Aspen Art Museum, and the City College of New York, among others."
In fine condition with no damage, this renowned Abstract artist's painting are full of vibrant color and motion. Mid Century-Retro in style, i personally see a seascape with a large ship and rigging. This large original oil on canvas is framed in a simple hardwood frame. The abstract painting measures 24" by 30". Researching auction results for this artist, his works have recorded sales at major auctions from $2000 to $10,000. A beautiful painting to fit into Mid Century modern, Retro, and eclectic home decor, it will provide a dynamic focal point for any room.