Bradley Walker Tomlin

Bradley Walker Tomlin
Photograph by Eugene Reynal

Born: 19 August 1899; Syracuse, New York, United States

Died: 11 May 1955; New York, United States

Field: painting

Nationality: American

Art Movement: Abstract Expressionism

School or Group: New York School, The Irascibles

Genre: abstract painting

Bradley Walker Tomlin (August 19, 1899 – May 11, 1955) belonged to the early generation of New York School Abstract Expressionist artists. He participated in the famous ‘’Ninth Street Show.’’ According to John I. H. Baur, Curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art, "Tomlin’s life and his work were marked by a persistent, restless striving toward perfection, in a truly classical sense of the word, towards that “inner logic” of form which would produce a total harmony, an unalterable rightness, a sense of miraculous completion…It was only during the last five years of his life that the goal was fully reached, and his art flowered with a sure strength and authority".

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