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Paul Jenkins

Born in: 1923

United States

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Born in 1923 in Kansas City, Paul Jenkins is an American painter.

He studied art at Kansas City Art Institute and simultaneously began to work as a ceramist at James Welson. He continued his artistic training at Art Student League, in New York.

In this context of strong artistic creations, he felt inspired by abstract expressionism but modern painters as well, like Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin and Wassily Kandinsky.

His ceramist training strongly influenced his way of painting as the artist uses procedures, peculiar to pottery enamel as well as techniques belonging to decorative art or watercolors. His creative procedure is therefore his own. Paul Jenkins realizes abstract work. He doesn't give them life through their subject but because they are already there. For this, the painter focuses on the composition and association of colors.
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Paul Jenkins, Untitled, Print

Paul Jenkins

Untitled, 1987
41 x 30 inch
Print

$2,400

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Paul Jenkins, Phenomena Tauras Visit, Painting

Paul Jenkins

Phenomena Tauras Visit, 1975
41.7 x 29.9 inch
Painting

$17,171

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Paul Jenkins, Sans titre, Print

Paul Jenkins

Sans titre, 1991
8.3 x 5.9 inch
Print

$576

Paul Jenkins, Sanctuary, Light Graphic, Print

Paul Jenkins

Sanctuary, Light Graphic, 1972
38.5 x 52.5 inch
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Paul Jenkins, Untitled, Print

Paul Jenkins

Untitled, 1971
26 x 17 inch
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