Biografie von Perle FINE (1908-1988)

Birth place: Boston, MA

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Painter, educator, engraver

Studied: Atelier 1917, with William Hayter; also with Hans Hofmann.

Exhibited: AIC; Nierndorf Gal. (solo); Marion Willard Gal., NY (solo); Philadelphia Pr. Club; Am.-British Art Center; Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh; Art of This Century, Peggy Guggenheim Gallery, New York; Geometric Abstraction in America & Nature in Abstraction, WMAA ; Mexican Biennial, Palacio Bellas Artes, Mexico City, 1960; Art of Assemblage, MoMA, 1961; PAFA, 1962, 1964. Awards: first prize for oil painting, 1961 & first prize for collage, Silvermine Guild, CT; purchase award for wood-collage, Brooklyn Mus.

Member: Provincetown AA; Am. Abstract Artists; Fed. Modern P&S; Guild Hall, East Hampton.

Work: Mus. Non-Objective Painting; prints, MoMA Traveling Exhib.; WMAA; Brandeis Univ., Waltham, MA; Munson-Williams-Proctor Inst., Utica, NY; Solomon R. Guggenheim Mus., New York; Brooklyn Mus., NY

Comments: Preferred media: oils, acrylics, collage. Teaching: visiting professor of fine arts, Cornell Univ; assoc. prof. of fine arts, Hofstra Univ.

Sources: WW73; article, It Is & monograph, Arts & Architecture; John Baur, Nature in Abstraction, catalog; WW47; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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