Walter Sorge Signed 1960s Mixed Media Abstract Painting
A 1960s watercolor, gouache, charcoal and graphite mixed media work on paper by Canadian artist Walter Sorge (1931-2021). The painting features abstracted amphibious creatures against a variegated blue-gray ground. Morphed shapes of orange, teal, and gray accent the painting. The painting is presented behind cream mat in a gray, white, and gold tone frame. Signed “Sorge” lower left hand corner.
Born in Alberta, Canada, Walter Felix Sorge attended UCLA and received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from there during the 1950s. He continued his education at Columbia University in New York where he received his Doctorate in Fine Art and Fine Art Education. Sorge also studied under Stanley William Hayter in Paris and worked at Atelier 17. He later had an extensive career as an art educator and served as head of the art department at Kentucky Southern College in Louisville, the head of the art department at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, Texas, as well as chairman of the art department at Eastern Illinois University. Sorge exhibited widely during his lifetime in the United States and abroad.
20.5” x 25.5” x 1” (frame); 16.5” x 21.75” (sight).
Wrinkling to the paper. Overall age appropriate scratches, scuffs and marks to the frame.
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