Norman Vincent Rennell Ulery 1956 Signed Oil on Board Abstract Painting


A signed 1956 oil on board painting by Indiana artist Norman Vincent Rennell Ulery, (1908-1976). The work features a biomorphic yellow and brown shape against a blue and green ground. Web-like black lines form a structure within the biomorphic form. The work is signed "Ulery 1956" to the lower left corner. Displayed in a black painted wooden frame. 

Ulery was the first resident painter of non-objective and cosmic art in the Brown County, Indiana artists colony. During the 1940s, Ulery worked as an artist for the California Works Progress Administration Art Project. Ulery was a member of a number of art associations and groups between Indiana and California. He had a solo show at the Ens Gallery and the American Contemporary Gallery, Hollywood, and was a member of a number of group shows. In Indiana, he exhibited at the Swopes Gallery, Ball State University; John Herron Gallery; Indianapolis; and in New York at the Museum of Non-Objective Art. 



12.75” x 16” x 1”.

Condition notes:

Minor wear and markings on the frame. Some loss of paint and light discoloration to painting.

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