Arthur Freed was an American artist who is remembered for his modern abstract expressionist paintings and sculptures. He is perhaps most famous for his iconic painting known as ‘The Dancer,’ which is marked by its striking colors and bold brushstrokes. His work was often described as having a unique interpretation of human emotion, which was achieved by his use of vibrant colors and gestural brushstrokes. Freed was also known for his work on public projects, including a series of painted pillars in the lobby of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Arthur Freed, Abstract Expressionism, Paintings, Sculptures, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
— Mei Wang
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