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Lowell Blair Nesbitt

1933 - 1993
Baltimore, United States

10 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Lowell Blair Nesbitt

Electric Tulip II

1980

152.4 x 213.36cm

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Ten Lemons on Blue

1978

228.6 x 165.1cm

29612,08 €

Roses

1981

66.04 x 88.9cm

592,24 €

Three Tulips on Black

1980

66.04 x 88.9cm

641,60 €

Barriers

1972

35.6 x 45.7cm

246,77 €

Three Irises

1980

91.4 x 94cm

690,95 €

Tulipa Hybrida

1976

91.4 x 127cm

8883,62 €

The Winter Iris

1986

137.2 x 137.2cm

9377,16 €

Lemons and Limes on Quilt

1988

121.9 x 99cm

9377,16 €

Manhattan Bridge

1981

137.2 x 121.9cm

23689,67 €

Lowell Nesbitt was one of the most celebrated and noted artists for his floral works of art. An artist with a highly personal style, Nesbitt made realistic studies of many themes throughout his career. His most well known series, and perhaps his most beautiful and poetic, are the more than four hundred works he created using the flower as the theme. Since his first show in 1957, Nesbitt has had more than eighty, one man shows. His painting, drawings and prints are included in the collections of many prestigious museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Art in New York, and the National Gallery of Fine Art in Washington, D.C.

His works are held in many private and public collections worldwide. Lowell Nesbitt was born in Baltimore on Oct. 4, 1933, was a graduate of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University in Philadelphia and also attended the Royal College of Art in London, where he worked in stained glass and etching. He often said that a stint working as a night watchman at the Phillips Collection in Washington inspired him to paint. Known for Huge Flowers.