Neiman, Leroy nē´mən [key], 1927–2012, American painter and printmaker, b. Saint Paul, Minn. Neiman was a leading artist of sporting subjects and one of the most popular artists of the 20th cent. He combined startling juxtapositions of saturated colors with a loosely impressionistic painting style to achieve a feeling of dynamism.
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