2 edition of Ethel Schwabacher found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 30.
|Statement||guest curators, Greta Berman, Mona Hadler.|
|Contributions||Berman, Greta., Hadler, Mona., Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum.|
|LC Classifications||ND237.S4347 A4 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||87080774|
found: Her Ethel Schwabacher, c t.p. (Ethel Schwabacher) p. 27 (b. , d. ) found: Women of abstract expressionism, © page (Ethel Schwabacher; born Ethel Kramer, , New York; died , New York; studied at Art Students League; also studied at National Academy of Design; , painted in France. Ethel K. Schwabacher was active/lived in New York. Ethel Schwabacher is known for abstract expressionism, automatism.
Her early books on poets William Butler Yeats and William Blake remain classics of psychoanalytic literary The Journal of Ethel Schwabacher," brilliantly describes the . "For its 3rd Exhibition of the work of Arshile Gorky and held to coincide with the publication of the book by Mrs. Ethel Schwabacher on the artist’s life and art, the Sydney Janis Gallery presents a selection of many Gorky’s outstanding paintings of the period of to his death in
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Ethel Kremer Schwabacher (bornNew York, New York, U.S.— died NovemNew York, New York, U.S.) was an abstract expressionist painter, represented by the Betty Parsons Gallery in the s and s.
She was a protégé and first biographer of Arshile Gorky, and friends with many of the prominent painters of New York at that time, including Willem de Kooning, Richard Education: Art Students League of New York.
Schwabacher was encouraged to write this book as someone who had first hand knowledge of Arshile. She was his pupil and supporter.I just compared: Mouritza,Herrera,Spender biographys on Gorky. I read their interpretations of "the artist and his mother." I think Ethel's is the most was the first published.5/5(1).
Abstract Expressionist painter Ethel Schwabacher started her art education in sculpture. Inafter her apprenticeship in stone carving with the sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, Schwabacher abandoned sculpture in and enrolled in Max Weber’s painting class at the Art Students League.
That year she met Arshile Gorky, with whom she developed a life lasting friendship. Gorky. Ethel Schwabacher, née Ethel Kremer, (bornNew York, New York, U.S.—died NovemNew York City), American artist associated with the Abstract Expressionist movement.
Though not as well-known as her male peers or as Lee Krasner, Elaine DeKooning, or Helen Frankenthaler, her work is found in major museum collections throughout the United States, and.
It would be a shame if this fine book is relegated to some limiting category, such Ethel Schwabacher book feminist, female, woman artist, or the like.
Accompanied by an enlightening clarification by the editors, one of whom is the daughter of Ethel Schwabacher, this personal diary, mostly intended for publication, is an important articulation of the relationship of one skilled artist to her art, the world and /5(2). Explore books by Ethel Schwabacher with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Ethel Schwabacher.
Ethel Schwabacher. Schwabacher started her art education in sculpture. Inafter her apprenticeship in stone carving with the sculptor Anna Hyatt Huntington, Schwabacher abandoned sculpture in and enrolled in Max Weber's painting class at the Art Students League.
Ethel Schwabacher's diverse influences in painting reflect her rich experience of life. Born inshe grew up in a suburb of New York City and spent time painting in her family's garden.
These organic forms would later introduce themselves into her abstract expressionist paintings. Various other subjects interested Schwabacher, including. Ethel Schwabacher (–) Ethel Schwabacher’s impressive list of teachers included Max Weber, Anna Hyatt Huntington, and Arshile Gorky—on whom she wrote the first authoritative monograph.
This interview illustrates the difficulty of reorienting the entrenched, biased histories of the movement. But it is followed by fifty-one color plates of paintings of such vibrancy and expressive force, by artists such as Mary Abbott, Sonia Gechtoff, Deborah Remington, and Ethel Schwabacher, that the necessity of doing so is inescapable.
Books about Schwabacher: A Solstice Tree for Jenny (Search for the Future) - Sep 1, by Karen Shragg and Heidi Schwabacher Hungry for Light: The Journal of Ethel Schwabacher (Everywoman: Studies in History, Literature, and Culture).
Ethel Schwabacher () was a painter and art historian from New York, N.Y. Schwabacher studied at the National Academy of Design, the Art Students League, and in Europe before becoming a painting student under Arshile Gorky in New York, Ethel K.
Schwabacher, a painter, writer and civil rights activist, died of a heart attack yesterday in her home. She was 81 myears old and lived on the Upper East Side. Ethel Schwabacher () Denver Art Museum Ethel Schwabacher, Antigone I, According to the DAM, Ethel Schwabacher (born in New York City) explored psychological aspects of the landscape, creativity and maternity in her paintings -- topics that were informed by her own relationship to psychoanalysis.
Hungry for Light by Ethel Schwabacher,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The six women represented in this bibliography Elaine de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Grace Hartigan, Lee Krasner, Joan Mitchell, and Ethel Schwabacher were in the forefront of the American Art movement as the center of the art world shifted from Paris to New York.
Annotations are given for books, catalogs, and journal articles. Ethel Schwabacher is the author of Hungry for Light ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published )3/5(1). The course will expand the book's content so as to include other female painters and sculptors allied with Abstract Expressionism, among them Dorothy Dehner, Sonia Gechtoff, Jay DeFeo, Ethel Schwabacher.
Works by Sonia Getchoff. Works by Grace Hartigan. Works by Jay DeFeo. Mary Abbott, “Oisin’s Dream” () A painting by Ethel Schwabacher Share Facebook Tweet Email Shares. New York: Horizon Press, ; Ethel Schwabacher, Arshile Gorky.
New York: The Macmillan Company for the Whitney Museum of American Art, ; Matthew Spender, Arshile Gorky, Goats on the Roof: A Life in Letters and Documents.
London: Ridinghouse / Karsten Schubert, Biography. Brenda Webster was born in New York City inthe daughter of abstract expressionist painter Ethel Schwabacher and the prominent entertainment lawyer Wolf r's memoir The Last Good Freudian recounts a privileged childhood that was deeply affected by her family's devotion to Freudian ideology.
Webster herself entered psychoanalysis at but eventually.Artist Ethel Schwabacher, an Abstract Expressionist and member of the group exhibited at the Betty Parsons Gallery, kept journals from toher working life.