Frederick Brosen

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Frederick Brosen

ARC Associate Living Master TM

23 artworks

American

Born - 1954

https://www.frederickbrosen.com/

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Bethesda Fountain, Central Park

2022

Watercolor over graphite on paper

55.9 x 35.6 x 2 cms | 22 x 14 x 0 3/4 ins

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Glen Span Arch, Central Park

2022

Watercolor over graphite on paper

55.9 x 35.6 x 2 cms | 22 x 14 x 0 3/4 ins

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Wonder

2021

Watercolor over graphite on paper

96.5 x 66 x 5.1 cms | 38 x 26 x 2 ins

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Belvedere Castle, Central Park

2021

Watercolor over graphite on paper

81.3 x 66 x 5.1 cms | 32 x 26 x 2 ins

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Fisherman's Wharf, Provincetown

2021

Watercolor over graphite on paper

50.8 x 35.6 x 5.1 cms | 20 x 14 x 2 ins

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West End Cottage

2021

Watercolor over graphite on paper

50.8 x 35.6 x 5.1 cms | 20 x 14 x 2 ins

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The Cyclone

2020

Watercolor over graphite on paper

96.5 x 66 x 5.1 cms | 38 x 26 x 2 ins

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Broadway and Grand Street

2019

Watercolor over graphite on paper

121.9 x 81.3 x 5.1 cms | 48 x 32 x 2 ins

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Jones Walk, Coney Island

2019

Watercolor over graphite on paper

91.4 x 66 x 5.1 cms | 36 x 26 x 2 ins

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Stuyvesant Street

2018

Watercolor over graphite on paper

91.4 x 66 x 5.1 cms | 36 x 26 x 2 ins

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Frederick Brosen’s watercolors have been featured in over 30 solo museum and gallery exhibitions across the country, most recently at Hirschl and Adler Modern in NYC in February 2020.

His watercolors have been the subject of numerous solo museum exhibitions, in 2012 at the South Street Seaport Museum, in 2006 at the Museum of the City of New York and in 2002 at the Frye Museum in Seattle. The exhibition American Dreamland: Coney Island featured two of his large works and traveled to several museums across the country, ending in 2016 at the Brooklyn Museum.

In 2006 a monograph on his NYC watercolors, Still New York, with an introduction by Ric Burns, was published by Vendome Press, and in 2012 he was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by his alma mater, The City College of New York. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, including two Pollack-Krasner Grants. His work is in the permanent collection of over 20 museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York and the Frye Museum in Seattle. His work has been represented by Hirschl and Adler modern since 2005.

His teaching credits over the last 35 years include the National Academy of Design, Pratt Institute, Lehman College and for the last several years at the Art Students League of New York, where he continues to teach the full-time watercolor class and conduct yearly travel workshops to Florence (2014), Amsterdam (2016 and June 2018) and Rome (2017).

2010 CCNY Career Achievement Award
2007 Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant
1995 Pollack-Krasner Foundation Grant
1990 E.D. Foundation Grant
1985 Artist-in-Residence, Dartmouth College
1976 Silver Medal of Honor, Royal Society of Arts and Letters, England

Hirschl and Adler Modern, Forum Gallery, Hollis Taggart Gallery, Schmidt-Bingham Gallery, Staempfli Gallery.

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