Arnold Blanch is most known to us for his intimate scenes of American life. He was an active artist who painted murals for the WPA throughout most of the 1930's, and was very active in the Woodstock Artists Association. Blanch was also a highly respected teacher, lecturer, author and visiting critic. Unlike other artists, Blanch seemed disinterested in many of the avant-garde styles of the period. He held true to his own approach that artists should create from their own experiences and environment, and he developed an artistic style that was uniquely his own.
Blanch studied at the Art Students league with Robert Henri and John Sloan. He taught and lectured all over the country, he was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1933, and served as President of the Painters, Sculptors and Engravers Society.
SOLD - The Waterfront, Oil on board, 1955, 12 3/4 x 20 1/4 inches
No works by Arnold A. Blanch available at this time.
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