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Robert Stephen Moskowitz (June 20, 1935 – March 24, 2024) was an American contemporary painter who was influenced by, among other movements, Abstract Expressionism, and gained recognition in the 1960s onward for his paintings, drawings, and prints that work in the intersection between Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, and Pop Art. Moskowitz was influenced during his early career by such artists as Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg. Although his work has been described as a "significant link between the Abstract Expressionism of the New York School and the 'New Image Abstraction' painters of the mid-1970s", Moskowitz received relatively little public attention and never achieved the level of fame that many of his peers did.
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Painter who used the New York City skyline and other forms on the border of abstraction and representation in his work.
Artist, Painter
Robert S. Moskowitz, Robert E. Moskowitz, Robert Stephen Moskowitz, Robert Moskowitz
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