Adolph Gottlieb

Born 1903, New York. Died 1974, New York.



Adolph Gottlieb was a first generation Abstract Expressionist painter, sculptor and printmaker.In 1943, Gottlieb co-authored a letter with Mark Rothko, published in The New York Times, that was the first formal statement of concerns of the Abstract Expressionists. Gottlieb's renowned and influential oeuvre has been shown internationally, and is a part of the permanent collection of venues such as The Art Institute of Chicago, The Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among others.