Estate of Artist Esther Forman Singer.
Asian Storage Cabinet, Vintage Greenbaum Interiors Accent Chairs, Floor Lamp w/Lions, Possible Jacobsen Leather Set, Master Queen Poster Bed with Dressers and Nightstands, Lenox Lamps, Hand Painted Vanity with Trifold Mirrors, Round Glass Top Table with Chairs, Glass Top Metal Coffee Table, Rugs, M. W. Huggins Painting, Sculpture Head Life Mask tete du sculpteur by Paul Gauguin, Homage To Edward Lear HG Ed, Loren Willis Original Indian Painting, Lila Ryan Sculpture, Lalique Perfume Bottles, Deco Perfume bottles, Perfumes, Decanters, Herbert Evans Macdonald (Amer 1898-1972) Mid-Century Abstract Painting NJ Artist, Chandeliers, Framed Art Posters, Framed Kliban Love A Cat, Jackson Pollock Poster, DVDs, CD’s, VHS, Jewelry, Men and Womens Clothing, Purses, Shoes, Wigs, Hjellegjerde Chair with Ottoman, Stools, Benches, Eletronics, TV’s, printers, Office Desk and Chair, Books, Bose, China, Glassware, Barware, etc. These pictures taken before setup. More info and more pictures to follow week of sale.
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Esther Forman Singer
Painter - Sculptor - Writer
Esther Forman Singer (October 14, 1923 -) is an American abstract painter, colorist, sculptor and writer.
Life and Career
Esther Forman Singer was born in the South Bronx, New York. She was awarded a scholarship to The Arts Student League while in high school and took the subway from the Bronx to Manhattan five evenings a week. She attended Thomas Jefferson University Nursing School in Philadelphia, PA. In 1944 she enlisted in the army nurse corps and was stationed in Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. She was promoted to 1stLieutenant and served in the South Pacific theater. After the war, Mrs. Singer married Sidney Singer and settled in New Jersey where she continued her career as an artist.
Mrs. Singer explored realism and primitivism before she found her footing in abstract expressionism. She studied with several first-generation abstractionists; Hans Hoffman and Jackson Pollack in the late 50’s. Mrs. Singer experimented with collagealongside Lee Krasner in the early 60’s. She worked in multi-media eventually finding acrylics to be her forte.
Mrs. Singer began showing extensively around the tri-state area in gallery’s, museums and corporations. Mrs. Singer was represented by The Key Gallery in New York, NY, The Heilander Gallery in Palm Beach, Florida, Depescay Gallery, Paris, France, The Korby Gallery, New Jersey, and Art in The Embassies (Worldwide).
Mrs. Singer began writing feature articles for American Artist Magazine in the late 60’s through the 80’s. Some of her articles were interviews with Thomas Hart Bentonand Tully Filmus. Mrs. Singer wrote a syndicated art column for the Worrell Press which included 12 newspapers, The Jersey Journal and The Newark Evening News and Suburban Art Magazine.
Public collections holding works by Esther Forman Singer include: The Whitney Museum of Art Permanent Collection, New York, NY, The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ, Morris Museum of Art, Morristown, NJ. The Library of Congress, NJ State Museum, Trenton, NJ,
Corporations holding works by Mrs. Singer include: Johnson and Johnson Corporate Headquarters, Schering Plough, Chubb, Exxon, Nabisco World Headquarters,
Private collectors include: The State House of New Jersey-Morven Governor Richard J. Hughes collection and Senator Nelson Stamler’s collection.
Art Students League 1939 – 1941 on scholarship, Temple University 1941 – 1944, New York University 1947-1949, The New School 1968-1970, Hans Hoffman, Robert Brackman, George Grosz, Jackson Pollack, Tosun Bayrak.
She participated in the Hyacinth Foundation Aids Project. Guest panelist Art Forms, WOR-TV Joe Franklin host, New York, NY 1967, Bienalle International Dell’ Arte, Florence Italy 2005-2007
“Panorama of Painter’s Progress” New Jersey Music and Arts October 1965 Volume 21, No. 2 Page 7
“Salon De L’Ecole Francaise” La Revue Moderne des Arts Et De La Vie Avril 1973 page 13
Watkins, “3 Women Display Their Bright Ideas in Abstract Form” The Star Ledger, November 28, 1978
Cahill Regina, “South Orange Artist Firmly Believes in the Merit of Abstract Painting” The Star Ledger, October 26###sup/sup### 1973
Since 1973 affiliated with: Artists Equity of NY, Artists Equity of NJ, American Veteran’s Society of Artists, Women in the Arts Foundation, Nation Association of Painters and Sculptors, Who’s Who in American Art, Who’s Who in American Women, Who’s Who in the East, Who’s Who in America, Biographical Directory of American Artists, Dictionary of International Biography and American Artists Renown.
Honorary Degree from Universita dell’ Arte Contemporanea Parma, Italy.