Gino F. Hollander, 1924-2015, An Original 1975 Abstract Oil Painting. Gino, Born Eugene, Was A Famous American Painter Who Began Painting In New York City During The Abstract Expressionist Movement. In The Mid 20th Century, He Was A Successful Filmmaker Along With His Wife Barbara Hollander Before He Started Painting In 1960. He Became One of The Group That Defined This Movement And Whom All Hung Out At The Famous Cedar Tavern. Acrylic Paint Was Just Emerging At That Time And Hollander Was Among The First To Explore Its Possibilities. From 1960 Through 1962, He Had His Studio And The First Hollander Gallery On Bleecker Street, In Greenwich Village. During That Time His Paintings Sold To The Likes of Jacqueline Kennedy, Steve McQueen, Norman Rockwell, And Ralph Lauren. His Gallery Was Located At Heart of The Andy Warhol And Jean Michel Basquiat Period. Artist Quote, I Chose Painting For The Immediacy of The Moment The Medium Can Allow Its Immediacy of Expression. I Find My Deepest Moments Are of Feeling And That Is What I Strive For In My Painting. The Art of Painting Provides Me With A Constant Mirror of My Being Both Successes And Failures, The Good Moments And Bad. I Prefer To Paint It All As It Comes. Painting Takes On A Rhythm Like Breathing: Loose, Tight, Whatever. Living And Painting Become One. I Believe In The Universality of Art's Function, A Heritage of Involvement of Everyone â€“ The Youngest To The Oldest, The Artist, The Viewer. A Subliminal Communication of Feelings About The Human Condition. My Paintings Are Expressly Directed To Evoke An Emotional Reaction From The Viewer. - Gino Hollander, 2010.
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