LeRoy Neiman

Feature

Saturday, October 02, 2004

The flashy colors and energetic brushstrokes of LeRoy Neiman’s paintings depict the glitzy worlds of Vegas and Monte Carlo. Early in his career, Neiman shared a gallery with Andy Warhol and later worked as the house artists for Playboy Magazine, traveling the world to capture the jet-set lifestyle of the 1960s. Produced by Flo Rogers of KNPR.

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