On Saturday 17 September, ACME Fine Art will open its Autumn Season with a group exhibition of 20th century, landscape-inspired works-on-paper by esteemed abstract expressionist artists: Giorgio Cavallon, George McNeil, Hans Hofmann, Jack Tworkov, Tony Vevers, George Lloyd, Maurice Freedman, Myrna Harrison, Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed. A reception from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. will mark the occasion.
Highlights of the exhibition will include a fine group of six rare landscape-based watercolors that were created in the 1970s by expressionist master George McNeil, and a suite of watercolors created en-plein-air in Provincetown between 1942 and 1970 by the noted first generation abstract expressionist Giorgio Cavallon. Two excellent abstract landscapes from the 1950s by Jack Tworkov, and two boldly expressed works from mid-century by the legendary artist/teacher Hans Hofmann will also figure prominently in the exhibition. Important early examples by Lillian Orlowsky, Myrna Harrison, Tony Vevers, William Freed, and more recent work by Maine contemporary artist George Lloyd will round out the landscape themed exhibition.
ACME Fine Art’s exhibition: The Expressionist Landscape will be on view from Saturday 17 September through Saturday 22 October 2011 at 38 Newbury Street in Boston. The entire exhibition will be viewable on line after 17 September. Please contact the gallery by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 617.585.9551 for further information.