Edward Dugmore

An abstract expressionist painter and teacher, Edward Dugmore was born in Hartford, Connecticut and lived primarily in New York City. On a scholarship he studied at the Hartford School of Art and then was a student at the California School of Fine Arts with Clyfford Still. He earned an M.A. degree from the University of Guadalajara, Mexico and spent time in Kansas as a student of Thomas Hart Benton. He continued on as an instructor at various schools such as St. Joseph’s College and the Pratt Institute.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

1949 Metart Gallery
1953, 54, 56 The Stable Gallery
1959 Holland-Goldowsky Gallery
1960 The Howard Wise Gallery
1971, 73 Green Mountain Gallery
1990 Carlson Gallery
1998 Joseloff Gallery
2000 Manny Silverman Gallery
2014 Loretta Howard Gallery

Selected Group Exhibitions

1953, 56 Stable Gallery
1955 Carnegie Institute of Technology
1959 Whitney Museum of American Art
1961 the Guggenheim Museum
1962 Art Institute of Chicago
1963 San Francisco Museum of Art
1973 The Oakland Museum of California
1976 San Francisco Museum of Art
1977 National Collection of Fine Arts
1980 American Academy of Arts and Letters

Selected Collections

San Jose Museum of Art
Portland Art Museum
Worcester Art Museum
Albright-Knox Gallery
Civic Museum and Gallery of Italy
Corcoran Gallery
Des Moines Art Center
Hirshhorn Museum
Kresge Art Center
The Menil Collection
University of Guadalajara
Walker Art Center

Edward Dugmore, 1960, 79.5″ x 94″ (80″ x 95″ framed)

Edward Dugmore, 1956, 57″ x 70″