A fine aquatint titled “Veridian” by Hilda Skolnick, dated 1984. It measures 23 × 38 inches as framed in whitewashed wood in an 8-ply acid free mat with gallery acrylic glazing.
Skolnick was one of the rare female AbEx artists during the 1950s. She had many exhibits, mostly in New York or on Long Island. The New York Times reviewed the exhibits very positively on numerous occasions. She was a member of the Professional Artists Guild in Roslyn Heights.
She also was part of Artists Involvement in Art in Great Neck. This group was a bit like today’s MoMA P.S. 1—part exhibit space, part school, part studio space. It is here that she met Piry Rame. We have several incredible abstract works by both of these artists purchased from Piry Rame’s grandson.
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