Greenwich Village, 1949 (2019) by Josh Young
Oil, acrylic, oil pastel, graphite, plaster on canvas.
48" x 60"
Custom floating frame included.
Josh Young is a Chicago-based artist, designer, and tastemaker. A graduate of Italy's renowned Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Josh's 6 years spent in Milan heavily influenced and crafted his overall artistic style and approach to interior design. After returning to the U.S., Josh began working as a designer in the textile industry, in New York City's Flatiron District.
Inspired by the fusion of old world elements married with bold, modern-day techniques, he has been experimenting with an avant-garde approach to classical portraits since 2009.
Josh has appeared in Vogue Italia, GQ Italia, Domino Magazine, MyDomaine, O, The Oprah Magazine, House Beautiful, The Maryn and Apartment Therapy. His collaborations have included work with Paloma Contreras, Nate Berkus, Jonathan Adler, Kate Marker and large-scale commercial projects like the newly built Draper Hotel in New York City and the Bulgari Hotel in London.