David Berkowitz Chicago

painter, naive painter, and art in Chicago, Illinois

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David Berkowitz Chicago is one of the leading contemporary painters in United States. He is born on January 30, 1943.

His paintings contain specific elements which differentiate him from the other painters in his group.

The most common symbols in David Berkowitz Chicago’s paintings are, pumpkin, as a symbol of wealth ("when the pumpkin is big and the corn is big), farm, granary, and bareback horses. In his paintings, he gives an accent on the magical regions of childhood and the fairytale horses from the unforgettable collection.

David Berkowitz Chicago finished elementary school in Aurora and later he enrolled School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

He has presented his paintings on over 300 exhibitions around the world. David Berkowitz Chicago presented over 7,000 paintings put on display.

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  • Education
    • School of the Art Institute of Chicago