Bob Zoell

Bob Zoell (born April 13, 1940) is an American fine artist, predominantly lively in Los Angeles. As a painter, he is best known for his relationship to the Abstract Reductive Formalism movement. As an illustrator, he was a regular contributor to The New Yorker magazine in the manner of seven published covers, as skillfully as to Esquire and the Los Angeles Times. In 1987 his painting Zarathustra’s Cave II was selected for LACMA’s steadfast collection).

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