Edition of 72
45 x 25 inches
Harry Nadler was a geometric abstractionist, greatly influenced by French painters, Paul Cezanne and Piet Mondrian. His brushwork creates a sense of movement and a play of light within the confines of his geometric lines and forms.
Nadler was born in 1930 in Los Angeles. He graduated from UCLA with a Masters degree and joined the faculty of Wesleyan University in CT. In 1971, he moved to New Mexico to teach painting at the University of New Mexico, while keeping a home in Amagansett, NY. Nadler died in 1990 in Albuquerque, NM.
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Cincinnati Art Museum, OH
Fine Arts Museum, Santa Fe, NM
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY
Storm King Art Center, New York, NY