(1906 - 1965)
Burgoyne A. Diller was active/lived in New York. Burgoyne Diller is known for geometric abstract painting, sculpture, murals.
Biography Burgoyne Diller
BURGOYNE DILLER (1906-1965)
Recognized as the first American painter to embrace the tenets of Neo-Plasticism, Burgoyne Diller made an important contribution to the development of non-objective art in the United States. Working in a hard-edged geometric style, he produced paintings, drawings, and collages that paved the way for the development of American Minimalism during the 1960s and 70s.
Born in New York City in 1906, Diller began painting and drawing as a teenager growing up in Battle Creek, Michigan. Later, while attending Michigan State University in East Lansing on an athletic scholarship, he made weekend visits to the Art Institute of Chicago, where he familiarized himself with Impressionist and Post-Impres
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