(1929 - 2009)
Gregory Masurovsky was active/lived in New York / France. Gregory Masurovsky is known for printmaking, illustration.
Biography Gregory Masurovsky
Gregory Masurovsky was a student in his teen-age years at Black
Mountain College, an educational experience that stimulated his
life-long commitment to graphic art. He was married to Shirley
Goldfarb, an abstract painter, and on their first visit to Paris, they
decided to settle there.
Friends in Paris included the intellectual elite such as Simone de
Beauvoir, They encountered intellectual and artistic luminaries
like de Beauvoir, Albert Giacometti, and Jean-Paul Sartre, and as well
as David Hockney, who painted a significant double portrait of them and
who just beginning to get recognition.
An especially close associate was Michel Butor, French philospher and critic, with home Masurovsky collabo
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