This 1950s-1960s acrylic and charcoal on paperboard abstract painting is by San Francisco painter Jack Freeman (1938-2014). Freeman studied at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, landscape and figure drawing with Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Austria, and received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1960s. Freeman's style varied between Abstract Expressionism, the Bay Area Figurative Movement, and plein air landscape painting.
Acrylic and Charcoal on Paperboard
20.5"x27" framed, 19.5"x26" unframed
Good vintage condition. Framed in a contemporary wood frame with a silver finish using archival spacers behind conservation clear glass.