Paul Georges

Raphael Rubinstein writes about Paul Georges, an overlooked New York School figurative painter.  Georges' work, in addition to its commitment to political themes, is "a marvelous amalgam of painterly French modernism, Rococo exuberance, Northern European brooding and New York street attitude. Georges's achievement in any single of the modes he explored would be enough to make his name; taken as a whole his oeuvre presents a grandness of ambition that few viewers during his lifetime could understand."

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The Silo