Art Brokerage: Fritz Scholder American Artist. b.1937-2005. Art Brokerage CEO was personally aquainted with the late artist for more than 20 years and attended most of his shows. Our brokerage has brilliant original paintings available. Fritz Scholder's mix of Expressionisism and Native American imagery is credited with revitalizing Indian art in the 1960s and '70s. His art is in many major museums, including the National Gallery and the National Museum of American Art in Washington, the Museum of Modern Art in New York. "Fritz Scholder was a great American artist," said Frank Goodyear, director of the Heard Museum. "He challenged the definitions of Indian art and, in doing so, created some iconic American images." Scholder's constant desire to explore, collect, travel and experience is undoubtedly the distinguishing feature of both his life and his art. Scholder is best known for his expressionist paintings that are in museum collections around the world. His style is well known for its distortions, explosive brushwork and vivid colors. His series of works explore the themes of Indians Fritz Scholder won the American Achievment of the Arts award and is widely known for his original paintings on canvas and sculpture. Art Brokerage is one of the leading secondary market sources for Fritz Scholder original paintings and sculpture. Donna Rose, CEO of Art Brokerage was a student and friend of Fritz Scholder.
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