Am. 1907 - 1985 

Michael Loew was an American abstract expressionist painter who painted on Monhegan Island. According to a 1972 New York Times article, his studio had "[o]ne of the finest views on the Eastern Seaboard, more than 180 degrees of unbroken horizon."  His work is included in numerous museums including the Portland Museum of Art and the Farnsworth Museum where he had solo exhibitions in 1956 and 1997 respectively.

Virgin Blue

Virgin Blue

10.5 x 14.5 in Watercolor signed "Loew '55" l.r. Provenance Private Maine collection $3500

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