Birmelin, Robert

Website: http://robertbirmelin.com/

Born 1933. Robert Birmelin is best known for his panic imbued crowded New York scene paintings. He draws inspiration from the myriad of environments found in New York City, where he teaches, and at his summer home on Deer Isle, Maine. His work can be seen in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Hirshhorn Museum, and Brooklyn Museum, among others.

Selective Attention, 2011

Selective Attention, 2011

Aquatint I: 28.5" x 20" P: 34.75" x 26"

Handshake form a Stranger, 2011

Handshake form a Stranger, 2011

Aquatint I: 28.5" x 20" P: 34.75" x 26"

No Agreement, 2011

No Agreement, 2011

Aquatint I: 28.5" x 20" P: 34.75" x 26"

Community of the Moment, 2011

Community of the Moment, 2011

Aquatint I: 28.5" x 20" P: 34.75" x 26"

The Observer Observed, 2011

The Observer Observed, 2011

Aquatint I: 28.5" x 20" P: 34.75" x 26"

LEGS MONEY FINGERS, 1986

LEGS MONEY FINGERS, 1986

Etching I: 22" 29.5" P: 29.5" x 37.5"

"Elevator" and "Street", 1970

"Elevator" and "Street", 1970

Etching I: 20" x 16" P: 30" x 22"

Remembrance of Europe, 1960

Remembrance of Europe, 1960

Etching I: 10.75" x 17.5" P: 14" x 22"

The Disappearance, 2000

The Disappearance, 2000

Etching I: 12" x 16" P: 18" x 22"

Three Trees

Three Trees

Etching I: 9.75" x 7.75" (Each plate) P: 15" x 29.5"

The Round Table, 2000

The Round Table, 2000

Etching I: 5.75" x 16" P: 11.5" x 22"

Evolution, 2000

Evolution, 2000

Etching I: 2.75" x 9" P: 10.5" x 15.25"

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