March 3, 1961: The most recent works of artists Julius Goldstein and Donald Fabricant, instructors in the Brooklyn Museum Art School, will be shown in the Art School Gallery through mid-April. Approximately 60 of the most recent works of these 2 landscape-inspired artists are shown for the first time in this sales-exhibition.
Julius Goldstein, a native of New York, who studied with Rufino Tamayo, has had a one-man exhibition in San Juan, Puerto Rico and has been represented in many group shows. His work in the current Exhibition is as varied and inviting as the scenes of Maine he has pictured, capturing the vitality of the Maine seacoasts and the myriad qualities of the State’s landscapes.
Donald Fabricant, whose paintings have been exhibited at the National Academy, The Brooklyn Museum, and at Long Island University, has recreated much of the colorful atmosphere of the villages and the dynamic magic of the countryside of Mexico in his watercolors and drawings.
Visitors may receive price lists of pictures on exhibition from the Art School Office.
Brooklyn Museum Archives. Records of the Department of Public Information. Press releases, 1953 - 1970. 1961, 063