Plover at Low Tide - Morris Shulman
Plover at Low Tide
- Morris Shulman American (1912-1978)
- Plover at Low Tide
- Casein on Paper
- 23" x 33" framed 30" x 40"
Born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912, abstract expressionist painter Morris Shulman studied at the National Academy of Design, Art Students League and Hans Hofmann School of Art in New York City. Shulman held teaching positions at the Brooklyn Museum School and School of Visual Art in New York City, Philadelphia College of Art and at the Skowhegan Art School in Maine. Shulman's work has been exhibited widely in museums and galleries, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Colby College, Parsons School of Design, Brooklyn Museum and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
Shulman’s work is included in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Jewish Museum, Bates College, Vassar College, St. Mary’s College, Stamford Museum, Rose Art Museum and the Bezalel Museum in Tel Aviv.