Reginald Wilson

Minimal Contemporary Still Life Painting





Minimal orange and blue contemporary abstract still life painting. The work is done by artist Reginald Wilson.

Artist Biography

Reginald Wilson was born in 1909 in the small town of Butler, Ohio. Determined from boyhood to be an artist, he arrived at the Art Students League of New York when he was twenty. He studied with John Stuart Currie, among others, meanwhile making a living with odd jobs like that of office boy or night watchman. He was an easel painter in the Federal Art Project and served for three years as an airplane mechanic in the US Army Air Force during World War II. He and the artist Carolyn Haeberlin were married in 1942, moving in 1945 to where they made their home in a 200-year-old farmhouse. Wilson’s paintings and works in other media were exhibited widely beginning in the 1940s in New York City and in major museums and universities across the country. In Woodstock he showed at a number of galleries including that of the Woodstock Artists Association where he won the 1973 Sally Jacobs-Phoebe Towbin Award.


H 12.5 in. x W 8.75 in. x D 1.5 in.

Dimensions without Frame

H 12 in x W 8 in.
Reginald Wilson Minimal Contemporary Still Life Painting