Ernest Fiene
(1894 - 1965)



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German-born artist and teacher Ernest Fiene immigrated to New York City in 1912, where for several years he worked as a decorative painter. With studies at the National Academy of Design, Ecole des Beaux Arts, and the Art Students League, Fiene developed a visually dramatic style that delights in geometric design and broad color. He painted landscapes, still-lifes, and portraits and was active in the artistic communities at Woodstock, New York and Monhegan Island, but received widest acclaim for his urban views of New York. Dynamic cityscapes categorized much of his body of work from the mid-1920s until the end of his career. During his life he was awarded a number of solo shows and exhibited widely. Today his work can be found in many notable institutions including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.



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