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biography of Jim SULLIVAN (1939)

Birth place: Providence, RI

Addresses: NYC

Profession: Painter

Studied: RISD (Fulbright scholarship & B.F.A., 1961); grad. work, Stanford Univ., 1962-63.

Exhibited: WMAA, 1965-72; Lyrical Abstraction, Larry Aldrich Mus., CT & WMAA, 1970-71; Beautiful Painting, Columbus Gal. Fine Arts, OH, 1971; MoMA, 1971; Indiana Mus. Art, Indianapolis, 1972; Paley & Lowe, Gal., Inc., NY, 1970s. Awards: Guggenheim Foundation grant, 1972.

Work: WMAA; Worcester (MA) Art Mus.; Albany (NY) State Mus.

Comments: Preferred media: acrylics. Teaching: asst. professor of painting, Bard College, 1965-.

Sources: WW73; David Shirey, art review, New York Times, October 23, 1971; Peter Schsedahl, review with reprod., Art in Am., (Feb., 1972); Carter Ratcliff, Whitney Annual Part I," Artforum (April, 1972)."


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