Alex Holdridge is an American Artist known for his abstract expressionist works in the 1950s and 60s. His artwork is lauded for its vibrant use of color and exuberant abstract forms. He began his art career as a student of architecture at the Kansas City Art Institute, and soon shifted to painting abstract landscapes, which effectively blended the stylistic elements of his training with his innate sense of color and form. His most famous works include 'Landscape with Red Brush' (1959), 'Blue Reflection' (1960), and 'The Battle of the Forms' (1962). Holdridge's works are renowned for their dynamic and energetic compositional studies, which are often credited as having laid the foundations for the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Abstract Expression, Expressionism, Color Study.
— Mei Wang
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