Larry Horowitz was born in 1956 in New York City. Upon graduating from art school, Horowitz was firmly established as an emerging talent. He immediately won the prestigious and coveted position as apprentice to American master, Wolf Kahn. Kahn, perhaps the best known and most significant landscape painter of the latter 20th century trained and guided Horowitz for six years. Under his tutelage, Horowitz learned to walk the thin line between realism and abstraction, and to appreciate - and in many cases fabricate by hand - the immense variety of materials available to the professional artist. Selected to participate in the Arts-In-Embassies program, Horowitz's paintings can be found in the United States Embassies in Finland and Russia.
He paints at his studio located near New York City, NY