Albert Urban (1910-2004) was an American artist known for his abstract expressionist works and landscapes. He was born in Connecticut and received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Yale University in 1932. During the 1950s, his works were featured in several solo exhibitions at major galleries. His work was influenced by his African American heritage and the culture of New England. He was particularly noted for his use of color, which often featured the earthy tones of New England landscapes. Several of his works, including his iconic Abstract Landscape and Harlem Nocturne, are part of major museum collections.
American artist, abstract expressionism, landscapes, Yale University, African American heritage, New England, color, iconic works, Abstract Landscape, Harlem Nocturne.
— Mei Wang
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