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"Live Fluidtoons With Black Hearts 2016 62x74" by Bob Thompson - Reduced

Live Fluidtoons With Black Hearts 2016 62x74



Bob Thompson

Works on Paper (not prints)
Ink on Paper

Size: 60 x 72 in  |  152 x 183 cm

Framed: 62 x 74 in  |  157 x 188 cm

Hand Signed : Lower Left
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Glass : Glass With Black Frame
Purchased from : Gallery 2016
Certificate of Authenticity : Anderson Contemporary - New York City
Bob Thompson

Art Brokerage: Bob Thompson African-American Artist: b. 1937-1966. Bob Thompson (1937-1966) was an African-American figurative painter known for his bold and colorful canvases, whose compositions were appropriated from the Old Masters. He was very prolific in his eight-year career, producing over 1000 works before his death in Rome, Italy in 1966. The Whitney Museum in New York mounted a retrospective of his work in 1998. He also has works in numerous private and public collections throughout the United States. At the University of Louisville (1957-58) where he studied painting under German expressionist Ulfert Wilke. In 1958 he moved to New York City where he formed friendships with jazz musicians such as Charlie Haden and Ornette Coleman while a regular at the Jazz clubs The Five Spot and Slugs. He also formed friendships with writers Allen Ginsberg and LeRoi Jones in addition to fellow artists Lester Johnson, Red Grooms, Mimi Gross, and Allan Kaprow, with whom he participated in some of the earliest Happenings. In 1960, he had his first solo exhibition at the Delancy Street Museum and later at the Martha Jackson Gallery where he had solo exhibitions in 1963-4, and 1965. Listings wanted.