5 edition of Irma Cavat found in the catalog.
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His brilliant canvases are full of feeling, where love can be felt through all the senses. Creating biographies or improving upon them is a work in Irma Cavat, and we welcome information from our knowledgeable viewers. She lived for extended periods of time in Paris, Provence, Athens, and London.
IC: Are you trying to make a statement with your work? Cavat worked with many mediums ranging from science fiction illustrations to jewelry and was later associated with the Abstract Expressionists.
Through his skillful brushwork, and drawing from his life experiences, he creates images where the viewer feels he has truly become one with the subject.
In 2013 a Year-Round Visits program was added. Cavat exhibited her art in New York, Michigan, California, Rome, Paris, London, and Athens. Source: Peter Irma Cavat, "Who Was Who in American Art" Subscriber Members, please for artist biographies and for all services.
Hamilton 1917 - 2004 ; David Hare 1917 - 1992 ; Lily Harmon 1912 - 1998 ; William Heaton 1918 ; Fannie Hillsmith 1911 - 2007 ; Jacques Hnizdovsky 1915 - 1985 ; Margo Hoff 1912 - 2008 ; Hans Hofmann 1880 - 1966 ; John Hultberg 1922 - 2005 ; Eric Isenburger 1902 - 1994 ; Paul Jenkins 1923 - 2012 ; Robert Kabak 1930 ; Zubel Kachadoorian 1926 ; Max Kahn 1902 - 2005 ; Wolf Kahn 1927 - 2020 ; Luise Clayborn Kaish 1925 - 2013 ; Herbert Henry Katzman 1923 - 2004 ; Jonah Kinigstein 1923 ; Jules Kirschenbaum 1930 - 2000 ; Ibram Lassaw 1913 - 2003 ; John Laurent 1921 ; Jacob Lawrence 1917 - 2000 ; Rico Lebrun 1900 - 1964 ; Julian Edwin Levi 1900 - 1982 ; Jack Levine 1915 - 2010 ; Jacques Lipchitz 1891 - 1973 ; Seymour Lipton 1903 - 1986 ; Ward Lockwood 1894 - 1963 ; Helen Lundeberg 1908 - 1999 ; Leo Manso 1914 - 1993 ; [Maria Sol Escobar] Marisol 1930 - 2016 ; [Suzanne Schweig] Martyl 1917 - 2013 ; [Roberto Antonio Sebastian Matta Echaurren] Matta 1911 - 2002 ; John D.
Ray 1924 ; Ruth Ray 1919 ; Bernard Reder 1897 - 1963 ; Don Reich 1931 ; John Walter Rhoden 1918 - 2001 ; Louis Leon Ribak 1902 - 1979 ; Jean-Paul Riopelle 1923 - 2002 ; Larry Rivers 1923 - 2002 ; Raymond Rocklin 1922 ; Ralph Mozart Rosenborg 1913 - 1992 ; Bernard J. They were on their way to the smelter and would be gone forever, unless I brought them home with me. remembering privacy and security settings• Our site is about PAINTERS, SCULPTORS, and ILLUSTRATORS. She wed artist, Zubel Kachadoorian, in 1952, and when the marriage ended, Cavat moved with her children to Santa Barbara, CA to teach at UCSB from 1963 to 1995.
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It was in Rome during the period of 1957-1959 that her daughters, Karina Cavat New York City and Nika Cavat Venice, California were born, and she then continued to reside there for several more years. Cavat is an avid traveler Irma Cavat finds this hobby has a positive impact on her paintings.
Doe's paintings are sure to be sought by the discriminating collector. It was during the early move back to the United States in the 1960s that she began to paint figuratively, often using the Civil Rights and other social movements as inspiration Irma Cavat her work.
She exhibited her work at the Sheinbaum Gallery, NYC; the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the Sullivan Goss Gallery, Santa Barbara, CA; the Feingarten Gallery, Los Angeles; Academia Americana, Rome, Italy, and Kennedy Galleries, NY, NY, amongst many venues.
Cavat will be remembered as a female pioneer in the arts and academic fields where men have traditionally dominated, exacting in her standards both as an artist and professor, and for speaking the truth in equity and justice issues throughout her life.