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Hyde Solomon studied at the Art Students League, then at the Pratt Institute and Columbia. His abstractions from nature retained a core structure, amidst original color harmonies.
His work was shown in the show “Nature in Abstraction” at the Whitney Museum of Art in 1960, during the period when he was Artist-in-Residence at Princeton University.
Solomon spent many summers on Monhegan Island. A favorite subject was the light of the sky over the ocean, as in the example here. The colors suggest the changeable nature of the motif.
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