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|Edward Minoff Graduated with honors from NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. Throughout his high school and college years he studied painting and sculpture at the Art Students League of New York, The National Academy School of Design, and later at Vassar College. He has also copied works at the Louvre, Prado, and|
the Metropolitan Museum, where he subsequently taught a class in copying master works.
After co-founding the animation house, AMPnyc, he began to study at the Water Street Atelier. In 1999 the lure of the studio became irresistible and he left his animation company to fully devote himself to painting.
Later, he journeyed to Italy to study at the Florence Academy of Art. His work has shown in New York, San Francisco, Santa Fe, Washington DC, Houston, Greenwich and Nantucket.
He now resides in Brooklyn with his wife and two sons.
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|Biography from Cavalier Galleries Inc.:|
Art Students League of NY & National Academy School of Design (1986-1989)
NYU Tisch School of the Arts, BA with Honors (1995)
Drawing Academy of the Atlantic (1996)
Water Street Atelier (1997-2002)
The Florence Academy of Art (2000-2001)
American Artist Drawing, “Competition Winners,” (Fall 2004)
New York, Watson-Guptill Publications, pg. 8. (2006)
American Art Collector, “Edward Minoff,” (April 2006)
The New Criterion, “Radical Un-chic”, Volume 26, pg. 27. (December 2007)
American Artist Workshop, “The Hudson River School for Landscape: Reviving
an American Tradition”, (November, 2007)
American Art Collector, “Tromp l’Oeil Invitational,” (April 2007)
American Arts Quarterly, “Edward Minoff”, Volume 25, (November 3, 2008)
American Art Collector (May 2008)
New York, Watson-Guptill Publications, pg. 64 (2008)
The New Criterion, “Gallery chronicle” by James Panero, pg. 50 (May 2009)
American Art Collector “Waves” (May 2009)
2006 ART RENEWAL CENTER SALON CATALOG , Honorable
Mention in the categories of Still-Life, Landscape and Drawing.
Juliette Aristides, Classical Drawing Atelier
American Artist Drawing, “Jacob Collins and the Water Street Atelier”, Premier Issue
Juliette Aristides, Classical Painting Atelier
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