Oil Painting by Alfred Rogoway, ‘Women with Violin’.
Alfred Rogoway (1900-1990) was a somnambulist who painted images completely from his imagination. The dream-like quality of his work was in fact derived from his own dreamworlds. Rogoway was a close friend of Picasso and was represented by Laura Barone on Madison Avenue in the 1950s. His work has been exhibited at the MOMA alongside the works of his contemporaries such as Picasso, Braque and Miro and can still be found in many prestigious museums and private collections around the world.
Custom framed in a giltwood frame, 1960s.
Measures: Frame: 55 x 38, Artwork: 30 x 47.5″.