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 Harry S. Mintz  (1907 - 2002)

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Lived/Active: Illinois / Poland      Known for: abstract imagery, modernist-leaning landscape, teaching

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Harry S Mintz
from Auction House Records.
The Brooding City, 1953
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Biography from a third party submitted on 08/19/2009:
Harry Mintz's artstic influences were Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Georges Seurat, Camille Pisarro, and John Constable.  He particularly liked the way they used light and color.  Mintz especially liked George Bellows and John Singer Sargeant.  Bellow's piece, "Stag et Sharkies" was described by Mintz as follows, "the action and strength of the painting sang to me".

Mintz's work is found in many permanent collections of many major U.S. and International Art Museums as well as numerous private collections.

Biography from Butler Institute of American Art:
Formal training: Cleveland School of Art

Artist Statements of Artistic Influences:

From the French school - Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Georges Seurat and Camille Pissarro: the way they use light and color impressed me. 

From the English school - John Constable: his use of color and light in landscapes opened a new window to me. 

As far as American artists, I especially liked George Bellows. When I was kid I was impressed with his piece "stag et sharkies".  The action and the strength of the painting sang to me. I also admire John Singer Sargent.

Exhibitions :

Kaiser Permanente (1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995 CA., U.S.A.)
Cleveland Museum of Art (1937 OH, U.S.A.)

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