Theme/Style Post-Surrealism, figurative art, landscapes, still lifes
Media Oils, murals, lithographs
Artistic Focus A leader with husband and fellow artist Lorser Feitelson of the Post-Surrealist movement in America, whose ideology emphasized the subjective through introspection and contemplation, Helen Lundeberg created works that offered both “an inner calm and a cerebral puzzlement...calmly assertive canvases that seem direct almost to the point of simplicity despite their truly intricate structural considerations and their finely honed balance of color.” Her years of experimentation with color and structure resulted in works that earned her accolades from Henry J. Seldis as a “poetess among painters.”
• Born in Chicago, Helen Lundeberg moved with her
family to Pasadena when she was four.
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