Research Paper

The Life and Works of Louis Lozowick

4 pages | 960 words

Louis Lozowick was a versatile artist who worked in a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing, lithography, and etching. He is best known for his urban landscapes, which often depict industrial scenes full of factories and machines. In the 1920s, his work was characterized by its sharp angles, precise lines, and flat surfaces, which gave it a machine-like quality. In the 1930s, Lozowick's style began to change as he started experimenting with abstraction. He became increasingly interested in simple forms and planes, as seen in his later works such as "City" (1932) and "Lullaby" (1937). In the 1940s, he returned to figurative work and started painting portraits and landscapes. Despite his involvement with the Communist Party, Lozowick's work from this period is not didactic or