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 Gerald Coarding  (1911 - 1986)

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Lived/Active: New York/Illinois/Indiana/New Jersey      Known for: abstract painting

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According to the Cook County Chicago census of 1920 and 1930, Gerald D. Coarding was born on June 5, 1911 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. 

He fought in World War II in Europe and lived afterwards some years in Paris. There he made several important works of art."  (   Coarding studied with Hans Hoffman in New York and with Fernand Leger in Paris, and he attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.  His work was also exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris.

In 1955, his address was 11 Bleeker Street, in New York City, according to a label found one the back of his painting, The Minotaur.

He worked for Chase Manhattan Bank in New York at 80 Pine Street.  David Rockefeller, President of the Bank, purchased one or two of the panels of a triptych painting, The Plainsman, (1956) by Coarding.  The selection committee included Alfred Barr, Dorothy Miller, James Sweeney, Perry Rathbone, and Robert Hale.

He exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1947 and the Whitney in 1955 (The Warrior).  In 1985, he exhibited with Louis Stone at the Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, New Jersey. (See "Images in Art: Paintings by Two Rediscovered New Jersey Modernists, Gerald Coarding and Louis Stone.") Around this time, he also exhibited in the Janet Fleisher Gallery in Philadelphia.

He died in Dorothy, NJ in March of 1986.

Written and submitted October 2005 by Alfred DeBeau. Sources include the obituary of the artist and archives of the Noyes Museum of Art.

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