Harold Zisla and Abstract Art

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“Artist in His or Her Glory (Waiting)” Acrylic on Masonite x x framed) 2011 Waiting, Abstract Art, Frame, Artist, Frames, Hoop, Artists

“Artist in His or Her Glory (Waiting)”

“Artist in His or Her Glory (Waiting)” Acrylic on Masonite 18” x 18” (23” x 23” framed) 2011

Poster for guest lecture Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire 1989 South Bend, Cubism, Hampshire, Manchester, Abstract Art, College, Poster, University, Hampshire Pig

Poster for guest lecture Saint Anselm College, Manchester, New Hampshire 1989

Cubist face Student sketchbook 1946-1950 Abstract Art, Student, Face, Faces

Cubist face

Cubist face Student sketchbook 1946-1950

“The Pregnant Thing” Oil crayon by c. 1982 or 1983 Abstract Art, Oil, Painting, Painting Art, Paintings, Drawings, Butter

“The Pregnant Thing” O

“The Pregnant Thing” Oil crayon 17” by 13.5” c. 1982 or 1983

Reverse “In the Land of the Blind, the One-eyed Man is King/Picasso Wedded to Bacon Wedded to Soutine, on and on. Where Is Cezanne?” Acrylic on Masonite Picasso, Blinds, Bacon, Abstract Art, King, Wedding, Window Blinds, Casamento, Curtains

Reverse “In the Land of the Blind, the One-eyed Man is King/Picasso Wedded to Bacon Wedded to Soutine, on and on. Where Is Cezanne?” Acrylic on Masonite 06-08

A spanish fashion magazine for women celebrating youth, independence and freedom.A spanish fashion magazine for women celebrating youth, independence and freedom.For its third issue, the singer Lourdes Hernández (better known as Russian Red) appears o… Russian Red, Abstract Art, Tapestry, Magazine, Frame, Painting, Groucho Marx, Spanish Fashion, Demons

“In the Land of the Blind, the One-eyed Man is King/Picasso Wedded to Bacon Wedded to Soutine, on and on. Where Is Cezanne?” Acrylic on Masonite 06-08

“An eye, a breast, a leg, what else? Abstract Art, Breast, Oil, Legs, Painting, Painting Art, Paintings, Bridge, Drawings

“An eye, a breast, a leg, what else?”

“An eye, a breast, a leg, what else?” Oil crayon 1982

Clown Student sketchbook c. Abstract Art, Student

Clown

Clown Student sketchbook c. 1950

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