Mary Alice Treworgy: A Maine Painter

Mary Alice Treworgy: A Maine Painter

Hardcover

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Overview

This lovely coffee-table biography follows the artistic career and life of a modern-day Precisionist who found inspiration on Monhegan Island and elsewhere in Maine and New England.


Born in Baltimore in 1936, the great-granddaughter of board game creator Milton Bradley, Treworgy studied with noted painters Joseph Nicoletti, Thomas Cornell, and Wolf Kahn, among others. After discovering the work of the American Precisionists in 1991, she further sharpened her geometric approach. Her work has been shown at numerous galleries, reviewed by critics Philip Isaacson and Pat Davidson Reef, and juried into three Portland Museum of Art biennials.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983967071
Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers
Publication date: 05/04/2021
Pages: 108
Product dimensions: 10.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.00(d)

About the Author

Carl Little is the author of William Irvine, A Painter's Journey, Edward Hopper's New England, The Watercolors of John Singer Sargent, The Art of Dahlov Ipcar, and Eric Hopkins: Above and Beyond - which won the first John N. Cole Prize from Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance. He is a regular contributor to Art New England, Ornament, and Maine Boats, Homes & Harbors. An ex-New Yorker, Little moved to Maine in 1989; he has written and lectured on Maine art ever since. His poetry has appeared in a wide range of journals as well as in Ocean Drinker: New & Selected Poems and two anthologies edited by Wesley McNair. A resident of Somesville on Mount Desert Island, Little is director of communications and marketing at the Maine Community Foundation.

Frederick Stecker is an Episcopal minister who holds doctorates from Bangor Theological Seminary and The Institute for the Study of Violence of the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis. He is the author of The Podium, the Pulpit and the Republicans: How Presidential Candidates Use Religious Language in American

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