(1921 - 1992)
Gertrude Russell Barrer was active/lived in New York. Gertrude Barrer is known for non objective-Indian motif.
Gertrude Barrer was born in 1921 in New York City and studied at the Art Student's League from 1939-1942/43 and at the University of Iowa. She has been increasingly credited by art historians over the past 20 years as having been a leading contributor to American Modern Art. She and her husband, artist, Frank Russell, moved to Roxbury in 1959, and collaborated on such projects as ceramics, murals, illustrations, sculpture and prints. They were also deeply involved in the Connecticut art world.
Ms. Barrer exhibited in galleries throughout the New Milford and Washington areas, at Anna Howard Gallery, Burnham Library, The Silo, and others. Throughout her life Ms. Barrer participated in many museum shows and university exhibits. Among h ... Displaying 750 of 2071 characters.