Milton Weiss Watercolor and Ink on Paper Abstract Composition
A watercolor painting and ink drawing on paper abstract composition by Milton G. Weiss (American, 1912-1995), executed in the mid 1960s. Depicted is a postmodern composition rendered in grisaille with sketched ink lines present throughout in an all over manner. Signed to the lower right. The work remains unmounted and unframed.
Milton G. Weiss was an active artist in the Pittsburgh community for many years. He studied at the Irene Kaufmann Settlement with Sam Rosenberg and also spent a year at the Art Students League in New York. Weiss was employed as a WPA artist in Pittsburgh and a member of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh. He taught at Ivy School of Professional Art and the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
- light tears and rips to the edges.