Title

Profile of painter Lois Dodd, 68, a summer resident of Cushing, who has painted

Source

Down East

Date

6-1-1996

Pages

43-45, 73-74

Abstract

Profile of painter Lois Dodd, 68, a summer resident of Cushing, who has painted almost every day since the start of her career, besides having a distinguished teaching career. A realist painter, she uses ordinary, recurrent themes, such as cows and windows. She loves painting out-of-doors and sometimes paints by moonlight. She lived in New York during the Abstract Expressionism movement and with four others founded the Tanager Gallery in 1951. She is now represented by New York's Fishbach Gallery. Even with her great body of work, she plays down her accomplishments.

Subjects

Artists, Dodd, Lois

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