Leonardo Nierman, Volcanic Wind, 1968

Signed Leonardo Nierman oil, Volcanic Wind, 1968

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Artist:Leonardo Nierman (1932 - 9999)

Title:Volcanic Wind, 1968

Medium:Oil On Board

Image Size:31 in x 23 1/4 in (78.5cm x 59 cm)

Framed Size:32 1/2 in x 24 1/2 in (82.55 cm x 62.23 cm)

Edition:This work is a unique original oil painting.

Signature:This work is hand-signed by Leonardo Nierman (Mexico City, 1932 - ) and –dated in white in the lower left corner ‘Nierman 68.’

Condition:This work is in very good condition.

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Historical Description of this artwork

In the center of the composition yellow and red appear to move through the canvas, as if lava floating through space. They brilliantly complement the darkness of the background painted in hues of greens, blues, and reds that at first sight appears to be chaos. However upon looking at the work, a sense of calmness reaches through in the delicate strokes and swirls that all combine together so perfectly, a true testament to the talented painter that Nierman is.

Created in 1968, this unique, original oil painting on board is hand-signed and –dated in white in the lower left corner ‘Nierman 68.’

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About the Framing:
Framed in the original gold frame, there is some minor damage on the outer edge.

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Why Nierman?

Leonardo Nierman's fabulous energetic oil paintings and works on canvas bring the sublime into the room. The artist often paints cosmic and earthly landscapes that share certain musical qualities: areas of intense movement and rest.

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Leonardo Nierman
Leonardo Nierman (1932-9999)

Leonardo Nierman Biography

Leonardo Nierman was born in Mexico City on November 1, 1932.  As a child, he was convinced that music was his true calling and dedicated himself to studying the violin.  However, after listening to a recording of himself playing in concert, he decided that he was not talented enough to pursue music and turned to art instead.  Leonardo Nierman, on his artist site, states that music influenced his art greatly.  He states, “Music and painting are very much alike – both have tonalities, rhythms, high-intensity areas, and resting areas.

Nierman first viewed art only as a hobby and continued to study business in school. He graduated from the Accounting School of the Autonomous University of Mexico with a Bachelors Degree in business in 1951, but soon after dedicated himself to painting.  He is best known for his abstract landscape paintings, full of color and movement and often cosmic or terrestrial in nature.  In 1972, he had a major exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City and from that time on has had exhibition venues throughout the world including the United States, Italy, Israel, Australia, Spain and Japan.

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