Jeffrey Neumann paints the vanishing American landscape of the fifties and sixties in luminescent, poignant detail.
A painter for over thirty years, his work mines the collective consciousness of several generations, and preserves for posterity the startling intimacy of mundane images which have become, by their gradual fading away, monuments to our shared heritage.
Jeffrey Neumann is dedicated to teaching, as well as to his painting, and has taught art in local schools throughout Berkshire County.
His work can be found in private, public, and coorporate collections, including those of the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company,Fleet Bank, Baystate Medical Center, United States Congressional Offices, and the Public Offices of the City of Springfield.
Neumann paints in oil on canvas, and Giclee prints are also available.
Prices are available on request.