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Neil Welliver: Neil Gavin Welliver (July 22, 1929 – April 5, 2005) was an American-born modern artist, best known for his large-scale landscape paintings inspired by
Landscape painting: exemplified by Edvard Munch, Georgia O'Keeffe, Charles E. Burchfield, Neil Welliver, Alex Katz, Milton Avery, Peter Doig, Andrew Wyeth, David Hockney and
Josef Albers: retired from teaching in 1958. At Yale, Richard Anuszkiewicz, Eva Hesse, Neil Welliver, and Jane Davis Doggett were notable students. In 1962, as a fellow
Victoria Barr (painter): to be a commercial artist in graphics then started taking painting classes from Neil Welliver, then with Albers, another one of his assistants Cy Twombly
David Brewster (painter): painter Neil Welliver. Brewster often paints directly from the subject, creating works in a single pass in the spirit of the American Action painters
Contemporary realism: practiced by artists such as Philip Pearlstein, Alex Katz, Jack Beal and Neil Welliver. The movement refers to figurative art works created in a natural yet
Landscape: still painted landscapes in the wide variety of styles exemplified by Neil Welliver, Alex Katz, Milton Avery, Peter Doig, Andrew Wyeth, David Hockney and
Rackstraw Downes: of Art with Neil Welliver, Al Held and Alex Katz, and he received a Master of Fine Arts in painting in 1964. Originally an abstract painter, in 1966 Downes
List of American artists 1900 and after: Rabinovich (born 1929), painter, sculptor Neil Welliver (1929–2005), painter 1930 Richard Anuszkiewicz (1930–2020), painter, sculptor, printmaker Robert
Lois Dodd: change the face of painting in the state. Along with Fairfield Porter, Rackstraw Downes, Alex Katz, Charles DuBack, and Neil Welliver, Dodd began spending
Marcia Clark (artist): Josef Albers, the director of the program, as well as figurative painters Neil Welliver, Bernard Chaet and Alex Katz. She also studied at the Ecole des
Red Grooms: (1977–1984), cast from a whimsical woodsman Red made as a gift for artist Neil Welliver, demonstrates his facility with the lost-wax method of casting. Grooms'
List of painters in the Art Institute of Chicago: painting : Artic Lawrence Weiner (1942–2021), 1 painting : Artic J. Alden Weir (1852–1919), 1 painting : Artic Neil Welliver (1929–2005), 1 painting :
Bill Sullivan (artist): University of Pennsylvania, where he studied with Fairfield Porter, Neil Welliver, Jane Freilicher, John Button and Rudy Burckhardt. He also studied privately
Marion Ranyak: but with "an air of authority." Raynor later wrote that Ranyak "makes Neil Welliver look like an Expressionist." Ranyak was praised by another critic for
Jack Boynton: Edward Ruscha, Robert Smithson, Alan Sonfist, Larry Stark, Pat Steir, Neil Welliver and Ann Wilson. (among other artists) The Museum of Modern Art, New
Elizabeth Bradford: trees grow and water flow." Bradford admits the influence of painters such as Neil Welliver and Herb Jackson in her pursuit to create art, as well as the
Jessica Nicoll: Maine Coast: Robert Henri and His Circle, 1903-1918" (June 1995), "Neil Welliver Prints: The Essence of Maine" (February 1996), "Andrew Wyeth at 80:
Timeline of art: David Whitney, Al Held, Eugene J. Martin, Walter Hopps, Philip Pavia, Neil Welliver, R. C. Gorman, Fritz Scholder, Clement Meadmore, and Arman; Christo
Brenau University: Robert Rauschenberg, James Rosenquist, Donald Saff, Frank Stella, and Neil Welliver have appeared in the university's galleries. The Brenau galleries have

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