Though he trained in multiple schools, artist Harold Altman finished his studies in 1952 at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Paris. Born in New York City in 1924, Altman had an affinity for painting the city streets, parks, and people going about their daily lives. Lithographs of the natural landscapes of Pennsylvania, where he moved in 1962, are stunning examples of Harold Altman prints.
He had more than 300 one-man exhibitions, and the skill and technique evident in Harold Altman's prints led to his inclusion in several fellowships; most notably the Guggenheim Fellowship and Tamarind Lithography. Harold Altman's artwork includes watercolor imagery of tree-lined walkways, picnicking families, and sleepy morning walks. Find your visual getaway among the eye-catching landscape paintings available online or at auction.
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