After Erik Freyman (Russian Soviet, American, 1932-2018) color lithograph on paper depicting a fashion portrait of a woman. Unsigned. Framed. Erik Freyman was born in Leningrad, USSR. Erik Freyman brings a personal sensibility to the stylish era of the 1930s and high art of the 1950s Style. He has distilled from these two periods an intriguing style that captures an aura of glamour and prosperity. Freymans masterful use of airbrush technique has enabled him to create limited editions in which each piece is unique. Produced in multiples that are signed and numbered, each is individually hand produced by the artist. Freymans work acknowledges the Cubist influences that inspired much of the Art Deco period of the 1930s. Flatplanes, softly modulating into a gracefully articulated balance of crisp lines and fluid contours, set the characteristic style of the work. A soft palette, predominately greys and pinks, is a conscious understatement to the boldly drawn forms, and thus, subtle colors in Freymans work becorne a strong dynamic to his overall composition. Graphic Art Prints and Collectibles.