(1903 - 2002)
Harold Baumbach was active/lived in New York, California. Harold Baumbach is known for neo-primitive landscape, portrait.
Biography Harold Baumbach
The following is an obituary from the New York Times, January 4, 2002:
Harold Baumbach, a Painter Who Explored Color and Space, Dies at 98
By MICHAEL KIMMELMAN
Harold Baumbach, a New York painter of dissonant color and irascible temperament whose career began before most Americans had ever heard of his friend Mark Rothko, died on Saturday in San Francisco, where he lived since the mid- 1990's. He was 98.
Mr. Baumbach, the son of an upholsterer on the Lower East Side who did not want him to be an artist, basically taught himself to paint. He first made a mark during the late 1930's as a figurative painter in the style of Bonnard and Vuillard, doing densely patterned street scenes and Brooklyn interiors.
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