Lost and Found: The Pinajian Discovery

To launch Rediscovered Masters, art historian Peter Hastings Falk presents Lost and Found: The Pinajian Discovery, the first in a series of exhibitions dedicated to deserving late career artists and/or those who have passed on and whose achievements have been forgotten or overlooked. A stellar example of one such notable but neglected artist is Arthur Pinajian, a 20th-century American painter who died in 1999 at the age of 85 and whose much-lauded abstract landscapes in Lost and Found are are showcased in New York for the first time. The month-long exhibition of 50 paintings, which opens on February 13, runs through March 10

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