Robert Freimark 1953 "Abstraction" Abstract Woodblock Print
A limited edition woodblock print by American artist Robert Freimark (1922-2010). Numbered 2/10, this abstract mid-century woodblock print depicts colorful layered geometric shapes. Signed "Freimark - 53" to the lower right, the print is titled Abstraction and is displayed in a black wooden frame with mat.
Born in Ohio, Freimark served in the Navy during World War II. After the war, he went on to study under Hal Lotterman and Harvey Littleton at the University of Toledo. After his time at Toledo, Freimark went on to study at the Cranbrook Academy of Fine Art where he studied under Eliel Saarinen and Carl Miles. After his formal studies, he went on to become a professional artist and became friends with, as well as studied with, Israel Abramofsky and Max Weber.
18.5" x 29.5" x 1.25" (frame); 7.5" x 18" (sight).
Scratches and wear to the frame. Some discoloration to the paper and mat.