In 1937, Rosenborg was among the founding artists represented in the initial exhibition of the American Abstract Artists in New York, an important show in the early history of non-objective art in the United States. He was a pioneer in abstract art whose innovative paintings at this time-small explorations in gestural abstraction-anticipated the emergence in the late 1940s of a fully developed Abstract Expressionism on a more ambitious scale. Rosenborg also experimented in the small group of prints he made in the late 1930s. A continuous network of lines covering the sheet give Landscape with Nature Forms No. 2 a wonderful vitality.
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