Milton Avery( Artist)
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Milton Avery was born on March 7, 1885, died January 3, 1965. He was an American contemporary artist, risuyuschim in areas such as landscapes, seascapes, crowd scenes, and others.
Milton Avery was born in Eltmare, and after a few years, their family moved to a small town in Connecticut. Milton's parents were not rich, so the age of 16 talented artist had to work at a local factory.
. In 1915, Milton became the only male in the family, so he had to take responsibility for the welfare of their relatives.
. Despite the constant employment Avery found time to study painting
. He even entered the school of arts in Hartford. The first pictures of Milton Avery drew a late night since the day he had to work.
In 1924 the artist met his future wife, Sally, Michael. And in 1926 he registered their relationship. Sally worked as an illustrator and had a decent income, so Milton was able to leave work and devote himself completely to writing.
In the 1920's by an artist practicing in the Art Students League in New York. Even then, it started to pay attention, and his paintings began to gain value and reputation. His manner of drawing interested in many creative people around the name of the artist creating a little buzz.
Works by Milton Avery (Milton Avery) was not standard and traditional for American artists. Despite the fact that he risked landscapes and various mass events, his paintings have always stood out bright and originality. Sometimes his works were on the verge of abstraction. Sometimes metaphors paintings Avery makes people excited, causing worry about the mysteries of existence and meaning of life.
. In the 1930's by Avery was in close creative alliance with Adolph Gottlieb, and in the 1940's he joined the Union of Artists of New York.
. In 1944 he held the first exhibition of Milton Avery
. Among the famous paintings of this artist can be identified metaphorical work 'Poetry Reading'. Also known landscapes such as 'Green Sea' and 'Boathouse by the Sea'.
Milton Avery (Milton Avery) died on January 3, 1965. He was buried in the cemetery of artists in Woodstock. After the death of his wife, Sally Avery donated diaries of her husband in the Archives of American Art Center. Some of the notes, Avery had been published and posted on the Internet.