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 Mary Ellen Doyle  (1938 - )

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Lived/Active: New York      Known for: abstract landscape-imagery

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Biography from Boston University's  website submitted by Rachel McKay Laskowski:

Mary Ellen Doyle studied at Vassar and the Ruskin School of Fine Arts in Oxford, England, before attending at the School for the Arts (then the School for Fine and Applied Arts), where she received her B.F.A., and pursuing graduate studies at Pratt Graphic Arts Center, Columbia University, and New York University.

Though Doyle takes her inspiration from such artists as Paul Cézanne and Henri Matisse, she takes many of her images from the area around her Bridgehampton home - the skies, beaches, and farmland of the east end of Long Island. Though realistic, her paintings border on the abstract.

Doyle has taught at Barnard College, the Museum of Modern Art and the New School for Social Research. Her work is included in permanent collections of the Phillips Collection, the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Wadsworth Atheneum, Vassar College Art Gallery, Smith College Museum of Art, and many corporate and private collections.

Her most recent awards include the 1994 National Academy of Design, Adolph and Clara Obrig Prize, the 1990 Guild Hall Prize, and 1988 National Academy of Design, Walter Biggs Memorial Award.


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