(1891 - 1985)
Sidney Laufman was active/lived in New York, Florida, Ohio. Sidney Laufman is known for abstraction, landscape, still life and figure painting.
Biography Sidney Laufman
A painter born in Cleveland, Ohio, Sidney Laufman painted in both traditional and modernist styles with subjects including landscapes, still life, and abstractions.
He lived in Paris from 1920 to 1933, and there he was neighbors and friends with Henri Matisse and other artist leaders of modernist movements. Returning to the United States, he and his wife settled in Woodstock, New York and lived there from 1940 to 1974.
Laufman studied at the Cleveland School of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Art Students League where one of his teachers was Robert Henri. He exhibited widely including the Woodstock Art Association, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago where he won the Logan Prize in 1932
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