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focuses on the work of American abstract artists during the '60s.
A highlight of the Fine Arts collection is works from the American Abstract Artists group that was first established in New York in the 1930s.
A tantalizing exhibition of McNeil’s paintings at the Salander-O’Reilly Galleries gives a rough synopsis of his underappreciated career—from founder of the American Abstract Artists group to first-generation member of the New York School to, ultimately, a figurative painter of fierce and joyous power.
The American Abstract Artists group modeled a utopian vision of universal harmony using a geometric, nonobjective art of order and stability, devoid of references to the real world.
Maturing after the American abstract artists of the '30s, persisting during the regency of Abstract Expressionism and preceding the Minimalists by a good ten years, he maintains a devotion to the mysteries of nature in its cosmic dimensions, still working at his peak--but now, ironically, within the scrappy arena of the revivalism of Neo-Geo.