(1905 - 1988)
Perle Fine was active/lived in New York, Massachusetts. Perle Fine is known for abstract expressionism, geometric abstract, collage, prints.
A creator of abstract paintings and collages, Perle did work that inspired peace and serenity by using balanced lines and solid shapes on flat surfaces. She was a highly committed art teacher and spent twelve years as a professor of art at Hofstra University in New York. When she ended this career in her late sixties, she did minimalist collages in a series called "Accordment."
She was born and raised in the Boston area on a dairy farm, and in her late teens moved to New York City where she took classes at the Art Students League with Kimon Nicolaides. She married fellow student Maurice Berezov, and both became abstract artists but were careful to maintain their own identities with her keeping her own name.
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