William Douglas McGee (1925-1999)
William Douglas McGee was a prolific artist and teacher. His time at the historic Black Mountain College placed him in the center of the art world and drove his development as an accomplished artist. He is best identified by his early abstract oil paintings, mixed media collages, and large color field paintings that are exhibited in MOMA, Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Chicago Art Institute, etc. or through one man shows at galleries such as Grace Borgenicht, Max Hutchinson, Martha Jackson, or Galerie Simone Stern.
William McGee initially took an interest in art by viewing Norman Rockwell illustrations at a young age. Oddly it was at a WWII prisoner of war camp that he began to d
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