Joseph Ablow is active/lives in Massachusetts. Joseph Ablow is known for pastel still-life painting, art teaching.
Growing up in his birth place of Salem, Massachusetts, Joseph Ablow,
painter and art educator, early pursued his interest in art by spending
time from childhood at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. He
studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, took a B.A. degree in
art from Bennington College, and an M.A. degree from Harvard
University. Among his art teachers were Karl Zerbe, Ben Shahn,
Oscar Kokoschka and Gyogy Kepes.
From 1972 to 1995, Ablow was professor of art at Boston University, and has also lectured and written extensively about art.
He likes painting still lifes because he is painting from life.
Pastel is a favored medium because they "stay so crisp, especially if
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