Robert S. Moskowitz is active/lives in New York. Robert Moskowitz is known for minimal expressionist, architecture.
Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1935, Robert Moskowitz emerged from the Minimalist movement during the 1970s. His contemporaries were artists like Elizabeth Murray and Susan Rothenberg who were called "New Image Abstraction" painters.
Creating his works mostly in oils and pastels, Moskowitz has always concentrated on architectural themes. Skyscrapers and lighthouses dominate his paintings including the Empire State Building, the World Trade Center, and the Flatiron Building. Other subjects include trees, a smokestack and even "The Thinker" by Rodin. His palette is kept dark and there is little action within the work, the focus is the flat, monolithic shape.
Moskowitz received his art education at the Pratt Institute of Art whe ... Displaying 750 of 2814 characters.