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Gertrude Barrer

Gertrude Barrer (1921-1997) was an American artist known for her abstracted and expressionistic forms based on nature. Born in New York City, she studied with Will Barnet at the Art Students League and later attended the University of Iowa. She was co-founder and art editor of Iconograph magazine, which was influential to the Abstract Expressionist movement and the Indian Space movement.  In 1946, she exhibited with the Indian Space painters in the "8 and a Totem Pole" show at Gallerie Neuf. She and her husband, artist Frank Russell, moved to Roxbury, Connecticut in 1959 and collaborated on projects, such as ceramics, murals, illustrations, sculpture, and prints.


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