• “Lewis created some of his most compelling and experimental compositions on paper due to this surface’s availability in substantial quantities, diverse colors, and textural properties, lightweight transportability, and relatively low cost.”

    Ruth Fine, Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis

  • Norman Lewis, Untitled, 1978

    Norman Lewis

    Untitled, 1978 Oil on paper
    10 x 26 inches
    25.4 x 66 cm
    • Norman Lewis Untitled, 1962
      Norman Lewis
      Untitled, 1962
    • Norman Lewis Untitled, 1964
      Norman Lewis
      Untitled, 1964
  • 'The most consistent thread in Lewis's art from the 1930s through the 1970s is his concern with artistic process and...

    Norman Lewis, Peter A. Juley & Son Collection, Smithsonian American Art Museum 

    "The most consistent thread in Lewis's art from the 1930s through the 1970s is his concern with artistic process and his search for distinctive and expressive ways to investigate the materials and techniques of his profession: the spiritual in the material." - Ruth Fine, Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis
    • Norman Lewis Untitled, 1970
      Norman Lewis
      Untitled, 1970
    • Norman Lewis Untitled, 1976
      Norman Lewis
      Untitled, 1976
  • For more information regarding the works on paper by Norman Lewis, please contact Alana Ricca at (212) 879-8815, or alana@schoelkopfgallery.com. We look forward to being in touch.