Born: 1926, Poland - Died: 2003
Kupferman was one of the two greatest painters of this generation. His works have been shown in major European and American museums numerous times. These included the Pompidou Center, the Stedelijk Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum, Guggenheim Museum, and LACMA. An enormously powerful abstract expressionist painter, his art works were a religious exercise in discipline, devotion and struggle. His lines and colors (grays, greens and signature purples) were the musical staffs and notes on which his artwork soared. The endless fugues and variations he played on the theme of human effort and tragedy made him one of the 20th century's most important and spiritual artists.
Structures / Oil on canvas
Untitled / Oil and graphite on paper