Dorothy Eisner

Dorothy Eisner (1906–1984) was an American performer whose painting style evolved on culmination of many years from an early, quite personal, version of 1930s social realism, through a period of abstract expressionism, and culminating higher than the last twenty years of her vibrancy in a skilled painterly style that critics saying as fluid, masterfully composed, and expressionistic. Throughout her long career Eisner maintained a consistency that a gallerist summarized as derived from European modernism but also ashore in American painting of her own generation and the generation previously her. Born and raised in Manhattan, she traveled widely and is best known for the late perform she made though staying in a summer home off the coast of Maine on Great Cranberry Island.

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