Articles matching "jane freilicher"
December 12th, 2014

Jane Freilicher at artcritical


Jane Freilicher b. 1924, Brooklyn, NY; d. 2014, Manhattan, NY [caption id="attachment_42645" align="alignnone" width="600"] Jane Freilicher, Afternoon in October, 1976. Oil on canvas, 51 x 77 inches. …

December 12th, 2014

“A button of color can make the world shake”: Jane Freilicher, 1924-2014


…  id=”attachment_45341″ align=”alignnone” width=”550″] Jane Freilicher photographed by Jill Krementz on April 13, 2013 at Tibor de Nagy …

April 23rd, 2011

Out of the Reach of Premeditation: New Works by Jane Freilicher


Jane Freilicher: Recent Paintings and Prints at Tibor de Nagy Gallery March 10 to …  align=”alignnone” width=”440″ caption=”Jane Freilicher, Bouquets, 2011. Oil on linen, 16 x 20 inches. Courtesy of …

May 1st, 2009

Jane Freilicher: Changing Scenes at Tibor de Nagy Gallery


…  id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”600″ caption=”Jane Freilicher, Afternoon in October 1976. Oil on canvas, 51 x 77 inches. cover MAY …  of Tibor de Nagy Gallery.”][/caption] To a follower of Jane Freilicher’s work, her new show at Tibor de Nagy is something like the …

February 1st, 2005

Jane Freilicher: Paintings, 1954 – 2004


…  [caption id=”” align=”alignnone” width=”299″ caption=”Jane Freilicher, Flowers on a Pink Cloth 2004 oil on linen, 36 x 30 inches Courtesy …

February 1st, 2015

“Looking for the Color Behind the Color”: Jane Wilson, 1924 to 2015


…  id=”attachment_46403″ align=”alignnone” width=”550″] Jane Wilson, Time Change, 2011. Oil on canvas, 40 x 60 inches. Courtesy of DC …  among creative friends, lovers (and rivals) including Jane Freilicher and Joe Hazan, Leonard and Felicia Bernstein, Stella Adler, …

May 27th, 2019

“He Was Free and Brave”: A Garland of Tributes for Thomas Nozkowski


…  affinity with the late still life paintings of my mother, Jane Freilicher, and he wrote perceptively about her.  Once you see the connections …

September 17th, 2017

“One Thing Follows Another”: John Ashbery, Art Critic


…  about the mainstream of art history) as a still life by Jane Freilicher, yet Ashbery’s words also resonate with Donald Judd’s praise of …