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Margo Hoff Art

American, 1912-2008
A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her sole focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white, clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960, her Chicago years, Hoff’s work was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952, 54, 56 and 57. In 1957 she showed along-side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man’s Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue, and later painted pieces of canvas, glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora and fauna, whittled down to geometric shapes and flat, bold colors. Hoff’s work was exhibited widely throughout the United States and in England, France, Italy, and Lebanon. She passed away in New York City at the age of 98, leaving a rich legacy behind. Margo Hoff’s works are in the collections of: The Art Institute of Chicago, the Brooklyn Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the Whitney Museum of American Art.
(Biography provided by David Cook Galleries)
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Artist: Margo Hoff
Dealer: David Cook Galleries
Circus Series: Target, Vibrant Colored Abstract Conte Crayon Drawing on Paper
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Circus Series: Target is an abstract crayon on paper drawing by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) created in 1980. Abstract composition in vibrant shades of orange, pink, yellow, and blue with ...
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Rainbow River, 1970s Abstract Oil & Pastel Painting, Large Scale Vertical
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Abstract oil and pastel on canvas titled 'Rainbow River' painted in 1979 by artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Vertical large scale work with rainbow colored stripes across the canvas. W...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Oil Pastel, Oil

Breakwater II - American Modern Abstract Crayon Acrylic Painting, Red Pink Blue
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Abstract acrylic and crayon on canvas, in blue, red, pink and black painted and signed by Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Wrapped canvas is ready for hanging, dimensions measure 30 x 45 inch...
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Revolving Sundown, 1980s Red and Orange Abstract Acrylic on Canvas Painting
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Abstract acrylic painting in shades of red and orange painted in 1988 and signed by Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Wrapped canvas edges are ready for hanging, measuring 48 x 48 inches. Pr...
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1980s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Untitled II (Sea Wall), 1960s Abstract Oil and Crayon on Board, Pink, Red, Gray
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Circa 1968 abstract oil and crayon on board by artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008), estate stamped verso. Abstracted cliff scene painted in shades of red, pink...
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1960s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Board, Crayon, Oil

Mid Century Modern Woodblock Print, Red Black Group of Figures, American Modern
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Woodblock on colored paper by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled 'Observers' of a black and red abstract scene with seventeen figures whose arms are in various positions, looking out at t...
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20th Century American Modern Margo Hoff Art

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Paper, Woodcut

Suns and Moon, 1970s Bright Multi-Colored Abstract Geometric Shape Collage
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Canvas collage and acrylic on wrapped canvas by 20th Century artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled 'Suns and Moon.' It depicts an abstract image of geometric shapes painted in bright ...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Light Street, Geometric Abstract Collage of a Street Lamps at Night
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Canvas collage, acrylic and crayon on canvas by 20th Century artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled 'Lighted Street' depicting and abstract image of a street at night with glowing stre...
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Canvas, Crayon, Acrylic

Pyramid, Vintage Abstract Geometric Blue, Orange and Brown Oil on Wrapped Canvas
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Oil on canvas painting by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled "Pyramid" from 1979. Shows an abstract depiction of two pyramids on top of each other with a brown and red background. Present...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Oil

Duet, Original Abstract Figures in Purple, Pink and Blue Acrylic and Crayon
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
'Duet', acrylic, crayon and paper collage on canvas painting by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) from 1960-70. Painted in colors of pink, blue, purple, and gray. Presented as a wrapped canvas ...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Crayon, Acrylic

Summer Holiday, Abstract Geometric Acrylic and Canvas Collage, Red White Blue
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Acrylic and canvas collage on canvas by 20th century artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008). An abstract geometric painting in Margo's signature style of canvas collage, laying bits of canva...
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20th Century Abstract Geometric Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Acrylic

Pistachio Nut, 1970s Mixed Media Collage, Paper Collage on Board, Red Orange
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Crayon and paper collage on board depicting a pistachio nut by 20th century artist, Margo Hoff circa 1970. Presented in a custom wood frame, outer dimen...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Crayon, Mixed Media

White Line - Blue (Variation 1) - 20th Century Abstract Serigraph on Paper
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Mid-20th century abstract blue and white serigraph on paper by Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Presented in a custom oak frame with all archival materials and UV/non-reflective glass, outer ...
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20th Century Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Archival Paper, Screen

White Line - Red (Variation 2), Original Serigraph Silkscreen Abstract Print
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage 20th century mid-century modern style abstract in red and white, "White Line - Red (Variation 2)" by Chicago artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Serigraph, estate stamped verso. ...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Screen

Break Dance, 1975 Large Abstract Figurative Collage Painting, Black Pink Purple
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
'Break Dancers' is an original vintage 1980s painting by Chicago artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). From the artist's "Action Series" the painting depicts ...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Carnival Series: ZigZag - 1970s Abstract Conte Crayon on Paper
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Original signed abstract by mid-20th century Chicago artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled 'Carnival Series: Zig Zag' painted in 1979. Presented in a vintage frame, outer dimensions m...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

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Paper, Conté, Crayon

Crystal, Series #3 Ros, 1960 Abstract Collage Painting in Purple & Pink Tones
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Mid-century modern abstract painting of crystal formations by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) created with acrylic and canvas collage in purple and pink coloring. Wrapped canvas is ready to hang, outer dimensions measure 49 x 49 x 1 ¼ inches. Provenance: Estate of the Artist, Margo Hoff About the Artist: Born Oklahoma 1910 Died New York 2008 A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her sole focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white-clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960—her Chicago years—Hoff’s works was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. As a child she learned about color by grinding down rocks, plants, and berries. Her color pallet during the Chicago years is indicative of her early-life color experimentation as she consistently used warm, earth tones in her work. Hoff was a born adventurer and traveled extensively. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952-54, 56, and 57. In 1957 she showed along side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man's Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue—and later painted pieces of canvas—glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

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Acrylic, Mixed Media, Canvas, Oil

Fabric Shop, Abstract Painting Collage: Pink, Blue, Green, Black, Orange, Green
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Fabric Shop is a vintage painting by Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Painted in hues of pink, coral, orange, green, blue, black, green and yellow with canvas collage on canvas. Presented in a vintage/original frame, outer dimensions measure 16 ¼ x 16 ¼ x 1 ½ inches. Image size is 15 x 15 inches. Provenance: Estate of the Artist, Margo Hoff A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her sole focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white-clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960—her Chicago years—Hoff’s works was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. As a child she learned about color by grinding down rocks, plants, and berries. Her color pallet during the Chicago years is indicative of her early-life color experimentation as she consistently used warm, earth tones in her work. Hoff was a born adventurer and traveled extensively. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952-54, 56, and 57. In 1957 she showed along side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man's Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue—and later painted pieces of canvas—glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora...
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1980s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Jagged Sea, 1960s Abstract Landscape Painting, Tones of Pink, Red, Orange
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Abstract acrylic on board painting by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) titled 'Jagged Sea'. Outer dimensions measure 37.5 x 41.5 x 2 inches. Image dimensions measure 36 x 40.25 x 1 inches. Provenance: Estate of the artist Painting is in good condition - please contact us for a detailed condition report. About the Artist: Born Oklahoma 1910 Died New York 2008 A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her sole focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white, clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960, her Chicago years, Hoff’s work was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. As a child she learned about color by grinding down rocks, plants, and berries. Her color pallet during the Chicago years is indicative of her early, life color experimentation as she consistently used warm, earth tones in her work. Hoff was a born adventurer and traveled extensively. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952, 54, 56 and 57. In 1957 she showed along-side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man’s Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue, and later painted pieces of canvas, glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora...
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1960s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Acrylic, Board

Media Man, 1970s Abstract Acrylic and Canvas Collage by Margo Hoff, Red Purple
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Abstract acrylic and fabric collage on canvas in purple, red, green, brown and black, signed by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) painted 1974. Unframed, wrapped canvas measuring 54 x 60 x 3⁄4 ...
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1970s Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

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Fabric, Canvas, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Skaters (Action Series), 1970s Figurative Abstract Collage Mixed Media Painting
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Acrylic, crayon, and paper mixed media collage on stretched canvas titled 'Skater' from the 'Action Series' signed by Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Featuring 12 figures in shades of yellow...
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20th Century Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Crayon, Archival Paper, Acrylic, Mixed Media

Stone Quarry, 1960s Abstract Acrylic Paper Collage by Margo Hoff, Purple Gray
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
An original signed framed abstract expressionist painting by mid-century modern Chicago woman artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008), "Stone Quarry" was created using acrylic, crayon and paper collage on board in shades of purple, blue, brown, white and black. Presented in a custom frame, outer dimensions measure 48 ½ x 40 ½ x 1 ¾ inches. Image size is 48 x 40 inches. Provenance: Estate of the artist, Margo Hoff About the Artist: A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her soul focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white-clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960—her Chicago years—Hoff’s works was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. As a child she learned about color by grinding down rocks, plants, and berries. Her color pallet during the Chicago years is indicative of her early-life color experimentation as she consistently used warm, earth tones in her work. Hoff was a born adventurer and traveled extensively. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Beirut, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952-54, 56, and 57. In 1957 she showed along side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man's Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue—and later painted pieces of canvas—glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora...
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1960s Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

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Acrylic, Paper, Crayon, Mixed Media, Board

Color Tunnel, Abstract Geometric Colorful 1970's Oil Painting, Pink Orange, Blue
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Original oil abstract geometric by female artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Signed by the artist in the lower right corner. Colorful painting in shades of orange, pink, blue, and purpl...
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1970s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Canvas, Oil

Celebration, Abstract Canvas Collage and Acrylic Painting, Pink Orange Green
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Original abstract painting titled "Celebration" dated 1984 by abstract expressionist Chicago artist Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Signed by the artist in the lower right corner. Painted in...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

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Acrylic, Canvas

Dark Divers, Underwater Abstract Figurative Collage Painting, Blue Black, Red
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Margo Hoff (1910-2008) original signed painting "Dark Divers" circa 1985, mixed media on canvas (acrylic, crayon, paper collage on stretched canvas) - 20th century Chicago woman artist. Wrapped canvas has finished edges and is ready for hanging. Provenance: Estate of the Artist, Margo Hoff Painting is clean and in very good condition - please contact us for a detailed condition report. A prolific artist, Margo Hoff’s exquisite style evolved throughout her career yet was always rooted in the events, people, and places in her life. The human experience was her sole focus, expressed through her eyes alone. Born in 1910 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Hoff began creating white-clay animals at a young age, giving them to her friends and family. At eleven she contracted typhoid fever and was bedridden for a summer. During her convalescence, she drew and made cutouts, and it was during this time that her bold, artistic imagination came alive. She began formal art training in high school and continued her education at the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa. In 1933 she moved to Chicago and attended the National Academy of Art and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Between 1933 and 1960—her Chicago years—Hoff’s works was deeply rooted in a figurative, regionalist style. She often used elements of magical realism, and many of her paintings have dreamlike qualities. As a child she learned about color by grinding down rocks, plants, and berries. Her color pallet during the Chicago years is indicative of her early-life color experimentation as she consistently used warm, earth tones in her work. Hoff was a born adventurer and traveled extensively. She lived, worked, taught, and painted in Europe, Mexico, Lebanon, Uganda, Brazil, and China. She also showed at the Denver Art Museum’s Annual Western Exhibitions in 1952-54, 56, and 57. In 1957 she showed along side Colorado modernist Vance Kirkland at the Denver Art Museum’s exhibition, Man's Conquest of Space. What was once a focus on the representational, her work began to change after 1957 when she saw Sputnik in its orbit around Earth. At that moment, feet firmly placed on the ground, she was able to imagine herself in space, looking down from the cosmos, and what she saw was an abstracted world. She then had the opportunity to peer into an electron microscope where once again she was looking down into what seemed to be a realm of pure abstraction. These two events profoundly changed her perspective and she began to move from figural painting to abstract, geometric collage. In 1960, Hoff moved to New York City and she began creating collages. Placing the canvas on the ground, and working from all sides, she used strips of painted paper and tissue—and later painted pieces of canvas—glued onto the canvas surface, building layer upon layer, shape against shape, “action of color next to stillness of color.” She believed these simplified, abstracted forms held the spirit of the subject in the same way poetry reduces words to their essence. These pieces range from aerial cityscapes, to dancers in motions, to flora...
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1980s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

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Mixed Media

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Watercolor

  • Untitled (Two Dancers)
  • Untitled (Two Dancers)
  • Untitled (Two Dancers)
  • Untitled (Two Dancers)
H 26.5 in W 19.5 in D 1.5 in
Black Top Pink (Abstract Still Life)
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Black Top Pink is an abstract painting in gray, black and pink by 20th century Chicago woman artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Presented in a custom cherry woo...
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1980s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Mixed Media

Poison Ivy
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Original mixed media (acrylic and ink) painting "Poison Ivy" a semi abstract botanical work by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) 20th century Chicago woman artist. Pre...
Category

Mid-20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Ink, Acrylic

  • Poison Ivy
  • Poison Ivy
  • Poison Ivy
  • Poison Ivy
H 22.75 in W 27.75 in D 1.5 in
Street Music
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Street Music is an opus work by Chicago artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). The Acrylic paint and collage on canvas is rendered in bright colors of red, blue, pink, fuschia, orange, gol...
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20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

  • Street Music
  • Street Music
  • Street Music
  • Street Music
H 72.5 in W 126.75 in D 1.5 in
Motorcycle Lights
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
"Motorcycle Lights" an original 1965 semi-abstract painting by mid-century Chicago woman artist, Margo Hoff (1910-2008). Acrylic on canvas. Housed in a custom hardwood frame, outer d...
Category

1960s Abstract Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Canvas, Acrylic

  • Motorcycle Lights
  • Motorcycle Lights
  • Motorcycle Lights
  • Motorcycle Lights
H 25.75 in W 21.75 in D 2 in
Sea Plants
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Acrylic, canvas collage on canvas. Housed in a custom hardwood frame; outer dimensions measure 29.25 x 47.25 x 1.75 inches; image measures 28 x 46 inches. About the artist: A pr...
Category

20th Century American Modern Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Acrylic

  • Sea Plants
  • Sea Plants
  • Sea Plants
  • Sea Plants
H 29.25 in W 47.25 in D 1.75 in
Untitled (Abstract in pink, coral, brown and black)
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Margo Hoff (1910-2008) 20th century Chicago woman artist 1960s-1970s original mixed media assemblage painting with Acrylic, crayon, textured canvas collage on stretched canvas with p...
Category

Mid-20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Mixed Media

Line Drawing
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
acrylic, crayon, canvas collage on board. Framed dimensions measure 30.25 x 24.25 x 1. Image measures 31 x 24 x 1 inches. Provenance: Estate of the artist About the artist: ...
Category

20th Century Abstract Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Mixed Media

  • Line Drawing
  • Line Drawing
  • Line Drawing
  • Line Drawing
H 30.25 in W 24.25 in D 1 in
Untitled (Abstract in Black and White)
By Margo Hoff
Located in Denver, CO
Untitled (Abstract in Black and White) by Margo Hoff (1910-2008) mid-century modern abstract expressionist Chicago woman artist, Acrylic, crayon, canvas collage on stretched canvas w...
Category

20th Century Abstract Expressionist Margo Hoff Art

Materials

Canvas, Crayon, Acrylic, Mixed Media

Margo Hoff art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Margo Hoff art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of orange, pink, red and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Margo Hoff in paint, acrylic paint, synthetic resin paint and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the abstract style. Not every interior allows for large Margo Hoff art, so small editions measuring 15 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Audra Weaser, Ben Wilson, and Greg Ragland. Margo Hoff art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $1,360 and tops out at $26,500, while the average work can sell for $10,500.

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