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Leon Berkowitz, 1911 - 1987
Born and trained in Philadelphia, New York, Paris, Florence and Mexico City, Berkowitz spent most of his life in Washington, DC and is remembered as an important founder of the Washington Color School
Jacob Kainen, 1909 - 2001
Kainen was the pivotal force in waking up the postwar Washington DC art scene. He was a painter, writer, humanitarian and scholar
Art dealer and sculptor, Goldberg opened her gallery in 1978 and since has established deep roots in the nation's capital and with artists and collectors across America
Transplanted from Tennessee to Washington DC, Abraham's work has evolved through an intense and enduring study of nature, both underneath our feet and above our heads
Born in Boston, trained at Yale with Josef Albers, Montgomery's career has spanned 40 years in Washington DC. Her minimalist abstract compositions are balanced with abstract formal relationships and fine tuning of color
Carroll was always going to be an architect but when he was an undergraduate at Yale he took graduate art courses and studied with Josef Albers. From that time on art and architecture became one. Dickson has lived and worked in Washington DC most of his life
Davidson was originally from Boston. He began collecting original prints when he was an undergraduate and he has never stopped. He moved to Seattle, became an art dealer and the rest is a very interesting history
Jacques Hnizdovsky, 1915 - 1985
Born in the Ukraine, Hnizdovsky came to the US in 1949 and moved to Minnesota. He arrived penniless and though trained in the European school he had no money for models so he selected models that were free. Today he is noted as one of the world's finest printmakers
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