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Seymour Tubis

Seymour Tubis (Philadelphia, PA. September 20, 1919 – May 15, 1993)

 Tubis, The Cliffs Tubis, Dark Moonlit Sea - Homage to Ryder Tubis, Tree Tubis, Visitation of the White Bird  Tubis, Cityscape Tubis, End of Summer  Tubis, Stormy Sea Tubis, The Harbor at Monhegan Tubis, I Am Divided Tubis, Symbols of Existence Tubis, I Am The King  Tubis, Cliff Dwelling I

Winter (Taos Snow) by Seymour Tubis, 1963, Oil & Minerals on Masonite, 36 x 48

The CliffsThe Cliffs by Seymour Tubis, Circa 1951. Oil on Linen, 18 x 24

Tubis, Dark Moonlit Sea - Homage to RyderDark Moonlit Sea – Homage to Ryder by Seymour Tubis, 1955, Oil & Sand on Canvas Board, 18 x 24

Tubis, Tree

Tree by Seymour Tubis, 1953, Oil on Linen, 38 x 34 – SOLD

Tubis, Visitation of the White BirdVisitation of the White Bird by Seymour Tubis, 12-1/2 x 19-1/2

Pikes Peak by Seymour Tubis, 1958, Pastel on Paper, 9-1/2 x 12-1/2 – SOLD

Tubis, CityscapeCityscape by Seymour Tubis, 1953, Crayon on Paper, 7-1/2 x 9-1/2

Tubis, End of Summer End of Summer by Seymour Tubis, 1959, Wax & Ink, 10-5/8 x 14

Tubis, Stormy Sea

Stormy Sea by Seymour Tubis, Oil on Paper Monotype, 13 x 13-1/2

Tubis, The Harbor at MonheganThe Harbor at Monhegan by Seymour Tubis, Casein on Paper, 23-1/2 x 17-1/2

Cliff Dwelling I Cliff Dwelling I by Seymour Tubis, Circa 1970, Bronze & Walnut Base, 14 high – SOLD

Tubis, I Am Divided Tubis, Symbols of Existence Tubis, I Am The KingI Am Divided by Seymour Tubis, 1973, Etching, 3/25, Bryce Canyon Suite //  Symbols of Existence by Seymour Tubis, 1973, Etching, 3/25, Bryce Canyon Suite //  I Am The King by Seymour Tubis, 1973, Etching, 3/25, Bryce Canyon Suite

Bryce Canyon

The Kiss by Seymour Tubis, Circa 1973, Bronze & Onyx Base, 17 high

Tubis artist photoSeymour Tubis was born near Philadelphia, PA in 1919. He is known for his abstract and expressionistic paintings, sculpture and prints. Tubis studied at the Temple University Museum School, the Art Students League in New York City, and at the Grande Chaumiere in Paris, France, as well as the Instituto d’Arte in Florence, Italy. He was also a student of renowned painter Hans Hoffman, and of Georges Braque, who attended Tubis’ first Paris show. The artist was an instructor of painting and printmaking, as well as Fine Arts Chair, at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He lived in California and Colorado, and travelled widely in Europe and Mexico prior to his death in 1993.

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