Susan Pear Meisel

American (1947)

About the artist:

Meisel's Paintings are active in line and color which maintain that same relationship into the printed image. The artist evolves out of the tradition on Maurice Prendergast, Raoul Dufy, and Red Grooms in the portrayal of group scenes that are then incorporated into the aura of a Fragonard garden. One key part to Meisel's prints is her color. Whether through silkscreen or lithography, the inked hues carry their tonalities to the surface of the paper. The layering of multiple colors builds up a ground pattern that engages with one another in a vibrancy of color. In the earlier prints, the artist's colors are filled with variations of yellows and greens that converse with pinks, reds, and blues on various street scenes such as in Balducci's (1970). The Compliments of red pitted against green, blue vibrating with orange intensity and active the image in Changing of the Guard (1970) and Spanish Steps (1970) 1947 Born: N.Y. EDUCATION Art Students League, new York School of Visual Arts, New York, 1969 New School for Social Research, New York Museum of Modern Art, New York University of Florence, Florence, Italy SOLO EXHIBITIONS The Wickersham Gallery, New York The Fine Arts Gallery of Ardmore, Pennsylvania The Golden Door Gallery, New Hope, Pa. The Nebraska Gallery, Omaha, Neb Henri Bendel, New York Galerie Amalie, Amalire, St. Thomas, V.I. Bay Harbor Gallery, New York The Greenwich Gallery, New York Transworld Art, New York Washington International Art Fair Senans Gallery, Basel, Switzerland L'Orangerie, Kolin, Germany Galerie Le Portrail, Heidelberg, Germany Bretano's, New York Tomasulo Gallery, Union College, New Jersey Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Ind. Numerous group exhibitions throughout the world SELECTED COLLECTIONS Coca Cola Bottling Company McCann Erickson Inc., N.Y. Sidney Poitier, New York The Excelsior Hotel, Rome Jacob Reich, Israel Mr. & Mrs. William Lee, Hong Kong Alfredo Santos Gallery and collection, Mexico City The Olaffsson collection, Omea, Sweden Mr. Paul Foley, New York Library of Congress, Washington D.C. Bahrain, Chile, Mauritius, Nicaragua

Susan Pear Meisel

American (1947)

(33 works)

About the artist:

Meisel's Paintings are active in line and color which maintain that same relationship into the printed image. The artist evolves out of the tradition on Maurice Prendergast, Raoul Dufy, and Red Grooms in the portrayal of group scenes that are then

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