Jane Freilicher

(American, geb. 1924)

abstract landscape by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

Abstract Landscape, 1963

at night by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

At Night, 2011

bright day by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

Bright Day, 1973

casement window by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

Casement Window, 1974

flying point road by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

Flying Point Road, 1959

goldenrod by jane freilicher

Jane Freilicher

Goldenrod, 2012

Biografie

Chronologie

1924
Born in Brooklyn, NY
1947
Studied at Hans Hofmann School of Fine Arts
B.A., Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, NY
1948
M.A., Columbia University, New York, NY
1995
Benjamin Altman Prize for Landscape, National Academy of Design, New York, NY
1996
12th Annual Academy of the Arts Lifetime Achievement Award, The Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
1999
Vice President of Art on the Board of Directors for the American Academy of Arts and Letters
2003
Edwin Palmer Memorial Prize for Painting, The National Academy of Design, New York, NY
2005
Gold Medal for Painting, American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, NY

Ausstellungen

2013
Jane Freilicher: Painter Among Poets: Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
John Ashbery Collects: Poet Among Things” Loretta Howard Gallery, New York, NY
Interior: Curated by Barry Rosen, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY
2012
Long Island in Bloom, Long Island Museum, Stony Brook, NY
2011
Recent Paintings and Prints, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Tibor de Nagy Gallery Painters & Poets, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY
September 11, PS1, Long Island City, NY
2010
American Still Life: Treasures from the Parris Art Museum, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
2009
Changing Scenes, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
American Landscapes: Treasures from the Parrish Art Museum, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
184th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, National Academy Museum, New York, NY
Summer Pictures: curated by Isaac Mizrahi, Julie Saul Gallery, New York, NY
Fra Unuhusi til Attunda straetis (From Unuhus to Eighth Street), Reykjavik Art Museum , Iceland
2008
Recent Paintings, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Implant, UBS Art Gallery, New York, NY
Inspired by the Light: Landscapes by East End Masters, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Light of Spring, Spanierman Gallery, LLC, East Hampton, NY
2007
182nd Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Art, National Academy Museum, New York, NY
NeoIntegrity, curated by Keith Mayerson, Derek Eller Gallery, New York, NY
2006
Near the Sea: Paintings 1958-1964, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Personal Assistance, DNA Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Artists of the Hamptons, Leila Taghinia – Milani Heller Gallery, New York, NY
2005
Scapes/Landscapes, Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, New York, NY
The Little Continent of Long Island: Landscapes from the Permanent Collection, The Long Island Museum of American Art, History and Carriages, Stony Brook, NY
Landscape, Cityscape, Marlborough Gallery, New York, NY
NYC, DFN Gallery, New York, NY
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Artists and Nature on Eastern Long Island: 1940s to the Present, Spanierman Gallery, East Hampton, NY
2004
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, NY (solo exhibition)
Paris Review Prints, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Hamptons Gardens, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Nineteen Academy of the Arts Honorees in the Visual Arts, Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
North Fork, South Fork, East End Art Now, The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY

Öffentliche Sammlungen

The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, New York, NY
Greenville County Museum of Art, Greenville, SC
The Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, NH
Concoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, OH
Castellani Art Museum, Niagara University, New York, NY
The Brooklyn Museum, New York, NY
The American Federation of the arts, New York, NY
The American Embassy, Istanbul, Turkey
Nelson Atkins, Kansas City, MO

Literatur

2013
Monica, Lauren P. Della, “Painted Landscapes: Contemporary Views,” Schiffer, Atglen, PA
2011
Bascove. “Bouquets,” The Three Tomatoes, May
Melia, Mike. Now “On View, The View From Jane Freilicher’s Window.” PBS News Hour: Art Beat, http://www.pbs.org/newshour/art/blog/. May
Smith, Roberta. “JANE FREILICHER: Recent Paintings and Prints.” The New York Times, May
Yau, John. “JANE FREILICHER Recent Paintings and Prints.” The Brooklyn Rail, April
2010
Kalil, Susie, Review of “40” at the Texas Gallery, “Culture Map” blog, July
2009
Jane Freilicher, Review, Art in America, June/July.
Jane Freilicher: Changing Scenes, Goings on About Town, The New Yorker, April
National Academy Museum, The New Yorker
2008
Jane Freilicher: Recent Paintings, Goings On About Town, The New Yorker, January
Genocchio, Benjamin. Colors of the Season, The New York Times, April
Landes, Jennifer. Jane Freilicher, Still At One Remove, The East Hampton Star, January
Parks, Steve. Guild Hall’s ‘Inspired by the Light’ Landscapes, Newsday, June
2007
Cotter, Holland, “NeoIntegrity: Go Ahead, Expect Surprises,” The New York Times, August
2006
Nichols, Matthew Guy, “Jane Freilicher at Tibor de Nagy,” Art in America, p. 210, April
Smith, Roberta, “Art in Review: Jane Freilicher,” The New York Times, April
Samet, Jennifer Sachs, “A Chat with the Painter, Portraits of the Artist as a Young Woman,” The New York Sun, March
2005
Panero, James. “Gallery Chronicle.” The New Criterion. February
Johnson, Ken. “Seeing With Feeling, The Ordinary and Wild. The New York Times. February 7
Kramer, Hilton. “In These Icy Days, Freilicher’s Flowers Can Melt Snow.” The New York Observer. January 31
2004
Esten, John. Hamptons Gardens: A 350 Year Legacy. New York: Rizzoli
Kramer, Hilton. “Painter Freilicher has Skyscapers Bow to Dancing Flowers.” The New York Observer. April 12
Harrison, Helen A. “Exhibits Showcase Four Women Artists.” The NewYork Times. March 14
2003
Disch, Thomas M. “Arts & Letters.” The New York Sun. July 17
Kramer, Hilton. “Remember Painting? You Can See Some Up on 89th Street.” The New York Observer. May 12