Framed: 54 x 52 inches
An editor, publisher, painter, photographer, and sculptor, Liberman was educated in Russia and began his career in Paris. He emigrated to New York in 1941, escaping Nazi-occupied France via Lisbon, and began painting in the '50s. His famed career at Condé Nast lasted fifty years and he is credited with the redefinition of the contemporary magazine.
Betty Parsons Gallery, New York (label verso)