Angelo Ippolito was an American abstract painter. Angelo Ippolito was born in the year 1922. Ippolito was a leader in Abstract Expressionist painting in New York City.
Angelo Ippolito was born in Saint Arsenio, Italy in the year 1922. The artist emigrated to the United States when he was 9 years of age.
Ippolito attended Ozenfan School of Art located in New York City. He also attended the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the Meschini Institute of Technology.
The artist was a co-founder of the Tanager Gallery in New York City. This gallery hosted many of the nations top Abstract Expressionist painters.
Ippolito received a Fulbright Fellowship. The artist used it to study in Italy.
Angelo Ippolito passed away in 2001. He was 79 old.
Works by the artist can be found in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Whitney Museum of Art all located in New York City.
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Angelo Ippolito’s style of painting resembles that of lyrical abstraction. The artist did a great job at creating a wide variety of shapes with bold and powerful color.