Nicholas Barbieri Abstract Crayon and Ink Drawings, Late 20th Century
Nicholas Barbieri (American, 1942-2013)
Untitled (abstract composition), late 20th century
Two crayon drawings on paper and one ink drawing on paper
Artist’s estate stamp on the verso
Nicholas Barbieri is best known for his use of repetitive circular motions in his abstract expressionist style paintings. He received his BFA with honors from Pratt Institute and continued his art education with an MFA at Lehman College. Barbieri’s exploration of the visual relationships and effects of light on form, structure, and space have evolved over his four-decade career. He has participated in many solo and group exhibitions and has his work in many private collections including the Clock Tower Gallery, Empire State Building-5th Avenue Gallery, Hundred Acres Gallery, and in The Hudson River Museum.
- abrasions and tears to the drawings; significant toning present; some stains throughout.
- measures each drawing.