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Highlight: Marguerite Zorach -- A Life in Art
Marguerite Zorach, Blue Cinerarias, 1936.
Oil on canvas, 46 x 38 inches.
Gerald Peters Gallery
24 East 78th Street,
New York, NY
May 3-June 8, 2007
For more information call 212.628.9760
or visit www.gpgallery.com
This first solo show of Marguerite Zorach's (1887-1968) work in thirty years will feature twenty-five oil paintings. Zorach's career is often overshadowed by that of her husband, sculptor William Zorach, but this early advocate of modernism in America was an accomplished artist in her own right and an outspoken supporter of craft as a legitimate art form. Her work is in the permanent collections of dozens of museums including MOMA and the Whitney Museum in New York.
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