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Stephen Etnier  1903-1984, US

(Stephen Morgan Etnier)
Rank (2014): 85489 – 

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Painting
Realism



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USA 6
United Kingdom 3




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1903 Born in York, PA (US)


1984 Died in South Harpswell, ME (US)

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 9  Please report missing Information



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2011
   Maine - Spanierman Gallery, New York City, NY

2008
   Confronting Abstraction: Painting in Maine, 1945-1955 - Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland, ME

2007
   Being Where: Looking Into Landscape - University of Maine Museum of Arts - UMMA, Bangor, ME
   Art is Decor - Adelson Galleries, Inc., New York City, NY

2006
   Visions of the Susquehanna - Lancaster Museum of Art, Lancaster, PA

2003
   Twenty White Chairs - Jerwood Space, London
   Jerwood Drawing Prize 2003 - Jerwood Space, London

1997
   On the Border - - Wolsey Art Gallery & The Room Upstairs, Ipswich (closed, 2006)

1963
   Objectivity In Contemporary Painting - Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, Indianapolis, IN

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USA

 Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, ME
 Art Gallery University of New England, Portland, ME

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Last update: 13 March 2014
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