(1904 - 1985)
Maurice L. Freedman was active/lived in Massachusetts, Rhode Island. Maurice Freedman is known for mod genre, still life, townscape, commercial art.
Biography Maurice Freedman
MAURICE FREEDMAN by Rich McKown
Published in Cape Arts Review, 2004
Maurice Freedman was a prolific painter who worked quietly from his early years in Boston in the 1920s until his death in 1985. Freedman's body of work belongs to the cubist-inspired American Modernist movement. American Modernism is defined as being born at the New York Armory Show* of 1913, where the works of Picasso, Braque, Duchamp, and Rodin were shown in the US for the first time, along with work by their American counterparts.
Realistically, its roots go back to the turn of the century, when John Sloane's Ashcan School* sought to depict the underbelly of American urban life instead of the bourgeois reveries of Impressionism*.
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