(1923 - 1999)
Seymour Remenick was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Michigan. Seymour Remenick is known for landscape, still life and portrait painting.
A Philadelphia oil painter, Seymour Remenick has painted in styles embodying both abstraction and realism, and it is said that his career is a "quietly stubborn revolt against the prevailing trends of his student days" and that "he has proven that a quiet voice can be heard in a vociferous age." From 1977 to 1996, he was a teacher at the Pennsylvania Academy.
His primary subject is landscape, but he also paints still lifes, figures, and portraits. He began his career as a follower of Hans Hoffman, Abstract Expressionist. However, he realized that the supposed freedom of that style was also very confining, because it was prescribed by the art establishment that resisted rebellion against it. He felt that the proponen ... Displaying 750 of 4540 characters.