This Mid Century industrial ink drawing is by Pasquale Patrick Stigliani (1926-2003), a New York City painter and poet. He was an independent artist trained under the principles of New York's Art Student's League in the 1950s. Stigliani was inspired by Post-Impressionist landscapes and Central Park, the realism of the Ashcan School's still lifes and self-portraiture, and German Expressionism's emotional release and focus on strong lines. Stigliani was a dedicated Upper West Side artist who painted as passionately as he lived.
Mid 20th Century
Ink on Paper
8"x10", 15.5"x18" framed Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a black rust-metallic overlay using white archival matting behind conservation clear glass.