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 Andrey Bishop  (1912 - )

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Lived/Active: Florida/California / Central America/Switzerland      Known for: landscape, seascape and portrait painting

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Pastoral country scene
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted 2001, is from Professor Michael Lacktman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Andrey Bishop was born on June 9, 1921 in Tahlwil, Switzerland. In 1928, at the age of sixteen, Bishop immigrated to the United States to begin an intense study program in art, architecture, interior design,and painting at the Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art. She graduated and received her diploma in May of 1932.

Bishop's education in art continued at the Wayman Adams Studio in Elizabethtown, New York. Among the artists she studied with were Stanley Turnbull, Jersey Bilan, and Leonard Richmond, N.A. She focused on intensive studies in portraiture and landscapes with Junius Allen, N.A. After choosing watercolor as her specialization, she studied with noted American watercolorists James Carlin, Avery Johnson and Henry Gasser.

Andrey Bishop was a member of numerous professional art organizations, among them: the American Artists Professional League; the New Jersey Watercolor Society; the Summit Art Association; Essex Watercolor Club; Roanoke Virginia Art Association; and the Newark Art Association.

Bishop's work has been exhibited many places, including: the Gallerie of the Associated American Artists, New York City; the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; the Virginia Polytechnic Institute; Seton Hall College; the Montclaire New Jersey Museum of Fine Arts; the Newark Museum of Art; the Art Center of the Oranges; the West Coast Watercolor Society; the Longboat Key Art Center; and the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

Over her lifetime, Bishop has won numerous awards, traveled extensively, and has had one-woman exhibits under the auspices of the United States Embassies and Art Associations in Haiti, Surinam, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Brazil. As a result of her husband's work in the U.S. Foreign Service, Bishop spent many years moving around the world.

Working primarily with watercolors and oil, she painted landscapes, seascapes, people, and portraits intensively in these countries. Her work focused on the lifestyle and environment of the people in the various areas in which she lived. As such, she may be referred to as an international regionalist. Andrey Bishop's paintings are in many private collections in Europe, Central America, South America, Canada and throughout the United States.

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