(1907 - 1981)
Theodore J. Roszak was active/lived in New York / Poland. Theodore Roszak is known for abstract sculpture and drawing.
Sculptor, lithographer, and painter Theodore Roszak began his career as a painter but is best known for welded sculptures of brass and bronze that are tied to Constructivism and the ideas of the Bauhaus School. His signatures sculptures are pitted and scratched in texture and in style are abstract, often figural, and sometimes surreal in appearance. Some critics have compared them to gestural painting of the Abstract Expressionists. His themes combine myth and dismay with the contemporary world.
Some of the works for which he is best known are "Spectre of Kitty Hawk," 1946-47, Museum of Modern Art, New York City; and "Migrant," 1950, University of Illinois). The sculptures are projections that seem menacing and wanting to twist free ... Displaying 750 of 6377 characters.