Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Vincent Pepi - #504 Abstraction, 1950

From Wikipedia:  "Vincent Pepi studied at Cooper Union and Pratt Institute. He traveled to Africa and Mexico. In 1949 he went to Rome, Italy. This was the same time that the Abstract Expressionist movement began in New York City. Three years later, in 1951, Pepi joined with many of the innovators of Action Painting in New York City. Upon his return to the United States, Pepi studied briefly with Hans Hofmann. Along with other first generation abstract expressionists, he showed his work at the Stable Gallery in 1953 and at the March Gallery on Tenth Street, from 1955 until its closing in 1960."


  1. I like this painting very much. Vincent Pepi's work has been among the best of the action painters.

  2. I agree! He still appears to be active - and even on Twitter - according to his web site: http://www.vincentpepi.com/