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Stephen Sacklarian

 (1889 - 1983)
Stephen Sacklarian was active/lived in United States.  Stephen Sacklarian is known for abstract.

Biography   Stephen Sacklarian


Stephen Sacklarian was born in Bulgaria and emigrated to the United States in 1911. He attended Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before pursuing an education in Art from The Pennsylvania University of the Fine Arts. He additionally studied at the T-Square Club, the Philadelphia College of Art, the Fleisher Memorial Art School and with the sculptor Paul Manship. His early works were realist in nature, but in the mid 1960's Sacklarian began painting in a blend of modern and abstract expressionism, with elements of cubism, for which he would become best known. (Source: Modern American Painting by John McCoubrey).



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