Early Works

Neuman’s early works are defined by the influence of California’s Bay Area art scene. During this period, he explored the world of abstract expressionism through painting, printmaking and large scale drawings.

Angry Dog, 1950
Duco paint and sand on masonite, 39 x 47 inches

Ancient Place, 1952
Stone lithograph, 21 x 24 inches

The Present Affair, 1951
Stone lithograph, 21 1/2 x 14 3/4 inches

Calligraphic Wall, 1952
Stone lithograph, 15 3/8 x 19 inches

Man's Greatest Illusion, 1950
Mixed media on board, 25 x 38 inches