Milton Avery

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Art International
Vol. VII/8 October 20, 1968

Art International, Vol. VII/8 October 20, 1968
Published and Edited by James Fitzsimmons
Advisory Editors: Umbro Apollonio, R. C. Kenedy, Lucy R. Lippard, James Mellow.

Features:
Phillip King, Paul Frazier, “Science-Fiction” (Robert Smithson, Donald Judd, Larry Bell, Lila Batzen, etc.), “Sculpture as Visual Instrument” (Charles Ross, Michael Kirby), “The Vancouver Explosion” (Iain Baxter, Roy Kiyooka, Jim Willer, Reg Holmes, Audrey Chapel Dorey, Michael Morris, etc.), Paul Wunderlich, Milton Avery, Ludwig Sander, John Barryman, Claude Villiat, Lucio Fontana, Matta, Henri Matisse, Saul Steinberg, Rene Magritte, Isamu Noguchi, Les Levine, Martial Raysse, Andy Warhol, Christo, James Dine, Carl Andre, an much more.

Art International was a highly regarded international art journal based in Switzerland from 1957-1984. With international editors and contributing writers, A.I. was issued 10 times per year and was published and edited by James A. Fitzsimmons.

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Milton Avery
Major Paintings


Catalogue produced on the occasion of the exhibition at Grace Borgenicht Gallery in New York, 1981. Includes reproductions of Avery’s paintings; an introduction, “Milton Avery: An Appreciation” by Marianne Friedland; and chronology of major exhibitions, 1943-1982.

Milton Clark Avery (March 7, 1885 – January 3, 1965 ) was an American modern painter. Born in Altmar, New York, he moved to Connecticut in 1898 and later to New York City. Avery’s work is seminal to American abstract painting—while his work is clearly representational, it focuses on color relations and is not concerned with creating the illusion of depth as most conventional Western painting since the Renaissance has. Avery was often thought of as an American Matisse, especially because of his colorful and innovative landscape paintings. His poetic, bold and creative use of drawing and color set him apart from more conventional painting of his era. Early in his career, his work was considered too radical for being too abstract; when Abstract Expressionism became dominant his work was overlooked, as being too representational.

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