Victor Thall’s Abstract Expressionism is Featured in Longview

The work of Victor Thall is featured in "Discovering Abstract Expressionist" from October 5 through December 21 at the Longview Museum of Fine Arts. Thall abandoned New York in 1950 as the Abstract Expressionist movement rose to fame. This exhibition reveals a retrospective of his body of work and his story.

Victor Thall’s Abstract Expressionism is Featured in Longview

A rugged individualist, throughout his life he strove to define and produce art at its most fundamental level. Fiercely uncompromising in his opinions and with a lack of regard for "success" in the art world, he remained consumed with his artistic projects until his death in 1983.

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