Albin Johnson is a renowned American artist known for his distinctive paintings. His particular style was heavily influenced by the American modernist movement of the early 1900s. He began his career as a portrait painter but developed a strong interest in abstract art. His works, including 'The River', 'The Lonely Man' and 'The Pilgrim' depict a variety of themes from the everyday to the surreal. Johnson's paintings have a dark and poetic quality, inspired by the autobiographical experiences of his life. He has exhibited widely, both in the US and abroad, with his works being held in many public and private collections.
Painting, abstraction, modernism.
— Mei Wang
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