Isabel Gamerov
Untitled, Pastel Series #2
2015

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As an expressionist painter, Isabel Gamerov has always been a true colorist. Her style--although mainly expressionist--can also be described as post-Impressionist. This description applies particularly to her work created in the 80s and 90s. Lately, however, Gamerov has turned to abstraction, creating a body of work that retains her expressionist sensibility through her use of color.

A pharmacist by training, her passion and commitment to painting caused a dramatic change in her career early on. Isabel studied at the Art Students League. She has exhibited frequently at Wally Findlay Galleries, among others.

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent. Unframed.
  • Dimensions
    30 in. H x 22.5 in. W
  • Dealer Location
    East Hampton, NY
  • Reference Number
    LU1812789732
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