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5 Cubist Watercolors by Ben Schonzeit

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"Ben Schonzeit is a prolific artist who embraces imagination as opposed to observation; the invented rather than the depicted. Schonzeit is concerned with narrative color, abstraction, intellectual experience, drama and beauty."

"Schonzeit was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1942. He is a graduate of The Cooper Union. He has exhibited widely both here and abroad since 1969. His paintings, drawings, and photographs are included in the collections of many important museums around the world including The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, The Basel Kunstmuseum, The Denver Art Museum, and The Brooklyn Museum."


The Artist, Ben Schonzeit, by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs

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These were so much fun to sit and watch, I almost forget that they're fine art.

Enjoy:

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The Sailor and the Singer (1987), by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs


Tsunami (2003). by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs


Dancing on the Street, by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs


The Stick-Up, by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs


The Scholar in Japan, by Artnet's Artists Work Catalogs

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All words in quotation marks and all the images are courtesy and copyright of Ben Schonzeit, and courtesy of Artnet's Artist Works Catalogs where it says: "Artnet offers these catalogues free to the public as an educational resource. Simply click on an individual artist's image to begin, and check back often to browse new catalogues." See here.

 

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