A mixed media work of charcoal, graphite and oil pastel on paper by Cincinnati artist Tom Levine (American, b. 1945), executed in 1988. Sweeping motions of yellow, green, and white colors are rendered in two faint vertical panels with splashes of grey-blue color around the edges. Charcoal lines and embellishments present throughout. Signed and dated in graphite to the lower center. The work is float mounted to a white backing, preserved under glass, and housed in a blonde wood frame.
Levine was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has painted since a young boy. His abstract and figural work can be found in museum collections, as well as numerous corporate collections. Levine received a BA in English and Business from Miami University, a Master’s in Psychology and Communications from The University of Denver, and an M.F.A. in Art History from the University of Cincinnati.
20.0" W x 23.0" H x 1.0" D
- measures the frame; sheet size 14.75" W x 18" H; painted area 11" W x 12" H.