Harari (born Richard Falk Goldman in Rochester, NY) used elements of both Cubism and Surrealism in his work. He studied at Syracuse and in Paris with the likes of Fernand Léger, Marcel Gromaire and André Lhote. He was a founding member of the American Abstract Artists Group.
His work is held in numerous collections and museums. Look at the detail on the close up of his piece, Urban Frills, specifically the detail of the wood grain. His work is meticulous while still being abstract.