Werner Drewes

About the American Artist

Drewes taught printmaking, lithography, life drawing and paintings at Columbia University’s School of Architecture. He trained young artists to become teachers using the Bauhaus approach. In 1937, Drewes became one of the founding members of the American Abstract Artists group. This group contributed to fostering the public understanding and acceptance of abstract art.

New York Times: “He constructs efficient uncompromising designs in aggressive geometrical forms whose separate identity is emphasized by boundaries of harsh, clear color.”

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Brooklyn Museum

Sullivan Goss Gallery





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