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 Fred "Fritz" Winslow, Jr. Noyes  (1905 - 1987)



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Lived/Active: New Jersey/Pennsylvania      Known for: modernist still life and landscape painting

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Biography from New Jersey Gallery:
Fred Winslow Noyes Jr was born in Philadelphia in 1905. He spent close to four years (1928-1931) studying at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts* where he began to feel restricted by their formalism and consequently accepted an invitation from Albert Barnes to study at the Barnes Foundation* in Merion,Pa.

His diverse artistic influences included Cezanne, Arthur Dove, Stuart Davis, Daniel Garber, Edward Redfield, and John Folinsbee. The heart of his work embraces a high-keyed, cheerful modernism that in varying degrees contains cubist*, abstract* and/or primitive* elements.

His favorite subjects were still lifes and landscapes, the latter being much inspired by the Mullica River and Pine Barrens after his move to southern New Jersey in 1933.  His spirit and art thrived on the flora and fauna of this bucolic area.

Aside from his tour as a soldier in World War II France, where he was wounded, Fred Noyes was continually developing his style while living and working in Lower Bank,Absecon,Smithville and finally Port Republic,N.J.

He was an antique dealer, art teacher, restaurant owner, founder and developer(with his wife) of the historic town of Smithville,N.J.,

He and his wife Ethel established the Noyes Foundation in 1973.  Ethel unexpectedly died in 1979. Ultimately the Noyes Museum was completed in 1983.

Fred,or Fritz as he was known to many, became the overseer of the museum until his death in 1987.  During his lifetime Fred Fritz Noyes had many one-man shows including several at the Newman Gallery in Philadelphia.

His work is in the Museum of Modern Art in New York and prominently in the Noyes Museum in Oceanville,N.J. as well as in many private collections. Since he was apparently prolific,there are probably many of his works that have yet to resurface.(1)(2)

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(1) Noyes Museum curator of exhibitions & collections, A.M. Weaver
(2) Judith Courter (historian)

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Biography from The Noyes Museum of Art:
To know Fred Noyes, one has only to see his work to understand what inspired him. An avid outdoorsman, his love of local history, rivers, birds, and other wildlife are evident in his works.  His passionate brush strokes and color palette seem inspired by the work of Paul Cezanne.  Throughout his life Fred created an eclectic body of work that was uniquely his own. 

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