Eleanore Berman

Eleanore Berman was a painter whose work encompassed a variety of abstract idioms throughout her three-decade career. Her works, ranging from large, bold canvases to delicate, embossed intaglios, often incorporated organic forms derived from the natural world. In the 1990s, she also began painting impressionistic still lifes of plants and flowers, inspired by the garden she tended at her Los Angeles home.

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