(1913 - 2011)
Mary Marguerite Dill Henry was active/lived in California, Washington. Mary Henry is known for geometric abstract, psychedelic painting.
Biography Mary Henry
Mary Henry, born Mary M. Dill, was an American artist whose work, most notably large oil paintings and acrylics but also prints, was characterized by geometric abstraction. Many of her pieces are diptychs and some are triptychs. Some of her work resembles, variously, op art, constructivism, or even psychedelic art.
Born in Sonoma, California, Mary Henry studied 1933-34 at the California College of the Arts (then called the California School of Arts and Crafts) in Oakland, California, where her teachers included modernists Ethel Abeel, Glen Wessels, and Marie Togni. She won a prize in a printmaking contest sponsored by Iowa State University (Ames, Iowa), and was invited there to teach applied art in their home economics department. He
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