Helen Lundeberg


Helen Lundeberg (1908–1999) was an American painter. Along with her husband Lorser Feitelson, she is credited with establishing the Post-Surrealist movement. Her artistic style changed over the course of her career, and has been described variously as Post-Surrealism, Hard-edge painting and Subjective Classicism.

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Lundeberg co-founded the Post-Surrealism movement in 1933. She worked with the Federal Arts Project in the mural and print divisions from 1936 to 1942.

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United States


Artist, muralist, painter

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Helen Lundeberg, Helen Lundeberg Feitelson, Mrs. Lorser Feitelson

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