(1899 - 1953)
Bradley Walker Tomlin was active/lived in New York. Bradley Tomlin is known for non objective, early real-surreal.
Born in Syracuse, New York, Bradley Walker Tomlin was a painter whose signature work combined Abstract Expressionism with his early interest in Cubism. He was an early pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, and much of his work was highly decorative with sensuous designs. Tomlin was also an art educator, teaching in 1932 to 1933 at Buckley School; 1932 to 1941 at Sarah lawrence College; and 1933 to 1934 at Dalton School in New York City.
He showed early talent, and by the time he had graduated from Syracuse University in 1921 had earned many awards and professional commissions. He moved to New York City from where he became a successful illustrator of magazine covers for Conde Nast publications while continuing his fine art. This early w ... Displaying 750 of 1646 characters.