DIMENSIONS: 16" W x 19" H. Leo Manso (1914 - 1993) was active/lived in New York. Leo Manso is known for Abstract-non ob imagery painting, collage.Studied: National Academy of Design, New School for Social Research w/Camillo Egas. Member of National Academy of Design (1985, National Academician). Exhibited at: PAFA (1947-49, 53,54, 62-68), with American Abstract Artists, 1948, PAAM, 1948 (with Hofmann, Pollock, Gottlieb, Knaths), Audubon Artists (1952, first prize, oil), American Academy & Institute of Arts and Letters NYC (award), University of Illinois, Ford Foundation, National Institute of Arts and Letters, MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, NE Arts Festival, Art Students League, Hudson River Museum, Frank Rehn Gallery (many awards in above mentioned). Other awards include: Guggenheim Fellowship, 1982. Works at: MoMA, Whitney Museum of American Art, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Worcester Museum, Corcoran Gallery, PAFA, Brooklyn Museum, NY University, Loeb Center, Brandeis University, Gleicenstein Mus, Safad, Isreal, Mt. Holyoke College, Riverside Museum, Hirshhorn Museum, National Academy of Design. Co-founder Provincetown Workshop, 1959, taught at Cooper Union, 1947, NY University, 1950, Academia Americana, Dartmouth University, Co-founder of "256" in Provincetown and primary founder of Long Point Gallery, 1977-78. Was active in Provincetown from 1947 on. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art, 1947-49, 1953-54, 1962-68.
Provincetown Art Association and Museum. Audubon Artists, 1952 (first prize). University of Illinois, Urbanna Annual, 1950 (award). National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1961, 1969. Museum of Modern Art, 1965.
Whitney Museum of American Art, 1947-66. Arts Students League, 1992 (retrospective). Hudson River Museum, 1970 (prize). Whitney Museum of American Art.Museum of Fine Art, Boston. Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art. Krannert Museum at the University of Illinois. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "vintagerotty" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.