Lorser Feitelson

Lorser Feitelson
Also Known as
I. Lorser Feitelson
Savannah, Georgia
Los Angeles, California
born Savannah, GA 1898-died Los Angeles, CA 1978
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Lorser Feitelson started drawing when he was six years old and by the time he was eighteen, had established a studio in New York. He moved to Los Angeles in 1927 and met the painter Helen Lundeberg, whom he later married. Together, they adapted European surrealism into a new art movement known as subjective classicism. They rejected dreamlike free associations and instead placed objects together deliberately to evoke a particular idea.

Works by This Artist (4 items)