Friedel Dzubas

In a prolific career that spanned nearly five decades, Friedel Dzubascreated a wide-ranging visual language out of counterpoised abstract shapes of color and light. Ranging from Abstract Expressionist gestures in the 1950s to clean-edged discrete pools of chroma on white fields in the 1960s, Dzubas then amassed dynamic shapes of dramatic coloration that exploded on a monumental scale in canvases during the 1970s and 1980s.

DZBell

Bellarmin

1976-55
Acrylic on canvas
68 x 118 inches

Over the Hill

Over the Hill

1954-55
Acrylic on canvas
69 5/8 x 106 1/4 inches

Fallen Angel

Fallen Angel

1959
Oil on canvas
91 x 115 inches

Jungleskin, 1959
Jungleskin

1959
Oil on canvas
76 x 66 inches

Friedel Dzubas, Monk

Monk

c. 1960
Oil on canvas
93 1/2 x 72 1/2 inches

Sartoris

Sartoris

1963
Oil on canvas
90 x 61 inches

Orono Tondo, 1970

Orono Tondo

1970
Magna on canvas
23 7/10 x 23 7/10 inches

Eastward

Eastward

1971
Magna acrylic on canvas
58 1/2 x 203 1/2 inches

DarkGate

Dark Gate

1971
Magna acrylic on canvas
56 x 201 inches

Antigua

Antigua

1971
Magna acrylic on canvas
74 x 197 inches

Grey Emminence

Grey Emminence

1970
Magna acrylic on canvas
43 x 166 inches

dzubas-last darkness

Last Darkness

1973
Magna acrylic on canvas
40 x 40 inches

Spessart

Spessart

1981
Oil on canvas
116 x 284 inches

Procession

Procession

1975
Magna acrylic on canvas
116 x 294 inches

Nebel

Nebel

1971
Magna acrylic on canvas
78-1/2 x 195 inches