New York Painters

If you are looking for a painting company that will specialize in small commercial projects, then you’ve come to the right place. New York Painters Contracting Group specializes in painting jobs of all sizes, including small retail stores, office buildings, and warehouses. In addition to small commercial painting projects, we also specialize in large-scale painting projects. Listed below are some of our most popular painting services. Check out our website for more information.

George Bellows

The works of New York painters George Bellows are included in major and regional collections across the United States. His prints and paintings can be found at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Memorial Arts Gallery at the University of Rochester, the Whitney Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Hyde Collection at Glens Falls, New York. In addition to his paintings, the White House also has some of his works.

Jackson Pollock

One of the most well-known painters in the United States was Jackson Pollock. Born in Wyoming, Pollock moved to New York when he was only eighteen years old. Before moving to New York, Pollock trained as a mural painter and had a lot of experience working on large scales. Peggy Guggenheim, a wealthy art collector and critic, asked Pollock to paint a mural for her and the artist responded by ripping down a wall of his house and creating a unique new painting. Peggy Guggenheim was so impressed with the mural that she invited Pollock to exhibit his work at her gallery.

Willem de Kooning

Willem de Kooning, New Jersey painters, was born in 1904. In 1935, he joined the Artists Union and began working for the Works Progress Administration. While there, he designed murals for the Williamsburg Federal Housing Project in Brooklyn. His work was included in the museum’s exhibition New Horizons in American Art. Unfortunately, de Kooning left the project in 1937 due to his alien status. After leaving the WPA, he continued to paint full time and received commissions.

Leigh Ruple

Artist Leigh Ruple, a native of Painseville, Ohio, was educated at the Cooper Union School of Art and the Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College. Ruple’s paintings are allegoric transformations of the objects she sees in everyday life. Her paintings are often characterized by a variety of forms and colors. Her work reveals a deep appreciation for our desire to look at our surroundings.

Bill Jensen

Bill Jensen was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1945. He moved to New York in the early 1970s and became one of the first painters to establish a studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. During the’return to painting’ of the 1980s, he became well known for his abstract and colorful works, and his paintings are renowned for their densely worked surfaces and unconventional compositions. He emphasizes the importance of intuition, emotion, and profound use of colour in his paintings.

Frederick Childe Hassam

In the early twentieth century, American Impressionist painters were beginning to make their mark, and Frederick Childe Hassam was one of them. He was particularly noted for his coastal and urban scenes, and was responsible for spreading the art movement to American dealers, museums, and collectors. A few of his best-known works can be found in the Whitney Museum of American Art in Manhattan. This article will examine his life and work, as well as some of his most popular works.