Agnes Hart was born in Meridan, Connecticut. She studied at the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida; at Iowa State University with Josef Presser, Paul Burlin and Lucile Blanch, and printmaking with Reginald Neal.
One-Woman Exhibits: the Roko Gallery in 1949. Woodstock, New York 1951, 1955, 1959, 1963, 1972; Mercer University in Georgia 1962; presentation show at Woodstock Artists Association 1953; Coral Gables, FL 1973.
Group Exhibitions: Metropolitan Museum of Art, "American Painting Today" 1950; Art USA 1958; Brooklyn Museum; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia Art Alliance; Virginia Academy of Fine Arts; Toledo Museum; Springfield Museum; Chicago Art Institute; Butler Art Institute; National Academy of Design; Riverside Museum; New York Cultural Center; Long Island University; Berkshire Art Association; Eight at Phoenix Galleries; Galerie Interieur in Zurich, Switzerland.
Collections: Metropolitan Museum of Art; Norfolk Museum; Wichita State University. Instructor : Art Students League 1965 - ; Dalton Schools; Birch Wathen School; Anna Maria School in Florida; Parnassus Square in Woodstock; Children's Workshop and Guild of Craftsmen in Woodstock.
Awards : Guest painter at Yaddo at Saratoga Springs 1948, 1949; Yasuo Kuniyoshi Fund Memorial Award 1972; ASCA Award 1976.
Published in Art for the Millions, 1973; New Deal for Art 1977; New York Works Progress Adminstration Artists, Then & Now 1977.