biographie de Edward DUGMORE (1915-1996)

Birth place: Hartford, CT

Addresses: New York, NY

Profession: Painter

Studied: Hartford Art School, scholarship, 4 yrs; Calif. School Fine Arts with Clyfford Still; Univ. Guadalajara, Mexico (M.A.); Thomas H. Benton in Kansas

Exhibited: WMAA, 1959; Guggenheim Mus., 1961; AIC, 1962 (Kohnstamm Award); San Francisco Mus. Art, 1963; "Painting as Painting," Univ. Texas, Austin, 1968; "New England Art/Painting and Sculpture," Boston Center Arts, 1971; Albright-Knox Permanent Collection Show, 1972. Other awards: Guggenheim fellowship, 1966-67.

Work: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo; Geigy Chem Corp, Ardsley, NY; Walker Art Inst., Minneapolis; Des Moines Art Center; Mus. Purchase Fund, NYC.

Comments: Abstract expressionist. Preferred medium: oils. Teaching: instructor, St. Joseph's College, West Hartford; visiting artist, Montana Inst., Great Falls, 1965; visiting artist, Univ. Minnesota, Minneapolis, spring 1970; visiting artist, Des Moines Art Center & Drake Univ., 1972.

Sources: WW73; Mary Fuller, Was There a San Francisco School?," Artforum (Jan., 1971); Eric Protter, Painters on Painting, (Grosset & Dunlap, 1971); Harold Rosenberg, "The Art World," New Yorker (March 6, 1971); Art in Conn.: Between World Wars."

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