at The Estate of Arnold Hoffmann, Jr. (16 Todd Drive, East Hampton)
Works from the estate of Arnold Hoffmann, Jr., painter and master print maker, featuring prints and paintings by the noted late artist as well as art from his collection by contemporaries Esteban Vicente, Tino Nivola, Robert Gwathmey and others. From his earliest work, water colors of city scenes, Arnold Hoffmann Jr. was recognized with awards and prizes. For many years Hoffmann was Art Director for the New York Times Sunday sections, but rented a basement studio in the West Forties where he spent lunch hours and evenings producing the oil paintings that were exhibited in several Madison Avenue galleries. He fell in love with graphics in the 1970s – particularly the serigraph form since it was a medium eminently suited to the hard-edged work he was doing at the time. On retiring and moving to East Hampton, he devoted himself entirely to serigraphs and opened a studio in the Springs where he not only created his own work but also collaborated with numerous well-known local artists. Hoffmann also taught screen printing in his studio and at the South Hampton College, starting the careers of several contemporary artists.
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