Browne, Byron George
American, 20th century, male.
Born 1907, in Yonkers (New York); died 1961, in New York.
Painter (including gouache/tempera), draughtsman. Figures.
American Abstract Artists (AAA).
Byron George Browne was influenced by the work of John Graham, Arshile Gorky and Willem de Kooning. He was a founding member in 1936 of the American Abstract Artists group, an organisation based in New York that was dedicated to the exhibition of abstract art. Browne often specialised in colourful still-life paintings in the Synthetic Cubist style. Although an abstract painter, he seldom painted works that did not contain references to figures or nature, distilling them into geometric shapes, as in his tempera painting ...