(1914 - 2006)
Sue Fuller was active/lived in New York. Sue Fuller is known for string composition, collage, etching.
Biography Sue Fuller
Constructivist and printmaker Sue Fuller was born in 1914 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, gaining her B.A. Degree in 1936 from Carnegie Institute of Technology. She studied printmaking for a year at Columbia University's Teachers College in 1939. Perhaps of even greater importance in forming her artistic character was her exposure to two leading abstractionists, one essentially an expressionist (Hans Hofmann), the other the producer of the geometric "Homage to the Square" series, Josef Albers. Fuller studied with Hofmann at the Thurn School of Art during the summer of her sophomore year at Carnegie Tech; later with Albers in 1944 at a Bauhaus class in the U.S.
Stanley William Hayter, an important figure in the world of etching in the 19
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