Samuel L. Feinstein, "Harbor" (1946)
- Item Number
- Estimated Value
- $3,200 USD
- Opening Bid
- $1,500 USD
Casein, Pastel and Ink
Unframed: 18" x 24"
Framed: 24.5" x 30.5"
Includes a signed copy of Sam Feinstein by Patricia Stark Feinstein.
Samuel L. Feinstein (1915-2003) was born in Russia, raised in Philadelphia and painted and taught in New York and on Cape Cod for over fifty years. Academically trained as a commercial artist, Feinstein painted in a realist/expressionist style until his study with Hans Hofmann in the early 1950s led to his deep involvement with abstract art. Feinstein is the creator of the historically-important documentary film titled Hans Hofmann. He taught at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pratt Institute and held private classes in New York, Philadelphia, Princeton, Toronto and on Cape Cod. Feinstein’s art has been widely
exhibited and entered the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the New Britain Museum of American Art, the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, the Woodmere Art Museum, the Cape Ann Museum and the Cape Cod Museum of Art.
For more information, see the monograph titled Sam Feinstein by Patricia Stark Feinstein or visit www.samfeinstein.com.
Feinstein painted “Harbor” in 1946 in Gloucester, MA, prior to his move to Cape Cod. It was included in the 2011 Cape Ann Museum exhibition titled “Sam Feinstein: The Evolution of a Vision.”
From the Samuel L. Feinstein Trust
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