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Burgoyne Diller

Burgoyne Diller

Burgoyne Diller

Burgoyne Diller

Nathan Hylden - Untitled (2009) - Acrylic on aluminum - 196.85 x 144.78 cm

Nathan Hylden - Untitled (2009) - Acrylic on aluminum - 196.85 x 144.78 cm

burgoyne diller - Google Search

burgoyne diller - Google Search

naef Modulon : Jo Niemeyer

naef Modulon : Jo Niemeyer

First Theme-Burgoyne Diller

First Theme-Burgoyne Diller

Plastic Polygon, Abstract Forms II. Charles Green Shaw (1892-19i64)  significant figure in American abstract art, Shaw enjoyed a varied career as a writer and illustrator, poet, modernist painter, and collector. As a founding member of the American Abstract Artists Shaw participated in the first annual exhibition. His article, A Word to the Objector, was included in the group's first publication.

Plastic Polygon, Abstract Forms II. Charles Green Shaw (1892-19i64) significant figure in American abstract art, Shaw enjoyed a varied career as a writer and illustrator, poet, modernist painter, and collector. As a founding member of the American Abstract Artists Shaw participated in the first annual exhibition. His article, A Word to the Objector, was included in the group's first publication.

"Second Theme" by Burgoyne Diller, USA, 1945.

"Second Theme" by Burgoyne Diller, USA, 1945.

Roger GREISCH Couleurs

Roger GREISCH Couleurs

Burgoyne Diller. As a director for the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), painter, sculptor, and teacher, Burgoyne Diller was an advocate for struggling artists and a promoter of abstract art. Diller’s groundbreaking geometric art paved the way for future abstract artists, contributing to the development of non-objective art in the United States.

Burgoyne Diller. As a director for the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), painter, sculptor, and teacher, Burgoyne Diller was an advocate for struggling artists and a promoter of abstract art. Diller’s groundbreaking geometric art paved the way for future abstract artists, contributing to the development of non-objective art in the United States.