Byron Browne


George Byron Browne attended the National Academy of Design from 1924-1928. He was influenced by Cubism, Miro’s fluid feel and Abstract Expressionism. He was a leader of the American Avant Garde art movement in the 1930s and 1940s, along with Bolotowsky, Green, Gorky and de Kooning. These artists helped pave the way for American, and New York in particular, to be seen as the center of art innovation after decades when France was considered the center of the art world.

Browne had more than 60 solo exhibitions from 1933-1970. His work is held in many museum collections, including the Whitney, MOMA, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Brooklyn Museum, and Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

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