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Robert Arthur Goodnough

 (1917 - 2010)
Robert Arthur Goodnough was active/lived in New York.  Robert Goodnough is known for abstract expressionist genre-views, non objective, collage.

Robert Arthur Goodnough

"Robert Goodnough, Painter Who Eluded Categories, Dies at 92", By William Grimes. New York Times ( October 12, 2010)

Robert Goodnough, a painter whose stylistic evolution from vibrant, Cubist-inspired abstractions to Color Field canvases made him one of the least definable members of the second-generation Abstract Expressionists, died on Oct. 2 in White Plains.  He was 92 and lived in Thornwood, N.Y.

The cause was complications of pneumonia, said Eric Brown, a partner at the Tibor de Nagy Gallery.

In a career that lasted more than half a century, Mr. Goodnough (pronounced GOOD-now) eluded the neat categories that art critics relied on to codify the work of the Abstract Expressionists.  He moved among   ...  Displaying 750 of 9167 characters.

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Self-Portrait, 1992

About  Robert Arthur Goodnough

Born:  1917 - Cortland, New York
Died:   2010 - White Plains, New York
Known for:  abstract expressionist genre-views, non objective, collage