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Edwin Dickinson

(1891—1978)

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Ferdinand Howald

Ferdinand Howald  

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(1856–1934).Collector. Also a businessman. An early and discriminating buyer of progressive and modern American work, he bequeathed the cream of his collection to the Columbus (Ohio) Museum of Art. ...
Jack Tworkov

Jack Tworkov  

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(1900–1982).Painter and printmaker. After making his reputation with abstract expressionist canvases featuring boldly slashing brushstrokes, in the 1970s he imposed a discipline of geometric shapes ...
James Rosenquist

James Rosenquist  

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(1933– ).Painter, printmaker, and occasional sculptor. A major contributor to pop art, he specialized during the 1960s in monumental paintings juxtaposing extreme close-ups of unrelated subjects from ...
Lloyd Goodrich

Lloyd Goodrich  

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(1897–1987).Museum director, curator, and art writer. His discerning support for American art of the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries was exceptional in a period when European art was more ...
Precisionism

Precisionism  

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A movement in American painting, originating c.1915 and flourishing in the interwar period, particularly the 1920s, in which urban and especially industrial subjects were depicted with a very smooth ...

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