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Alexander, Steven

Almy & Teri Yarbrow, Max

Anuszkiewicz, Richard

Baldwin & Guggisberg

Bengston, Billy Al

Botts, Gregory

Cahill, Lisa

Chicago, Judy

Davis, Jay

De Santillana, Laura

Demos, Peter

Dwyer, Nancy

Eversley, Fred

Evertz, Gabriele

Fenichel, Lilly

Fishman, Beverly

Fitzgerald, Margaret

Goldberg, Carol Brown

Graham, Gloria

Graham, Toadhouse aka. Allan

Haessle, Jean-Marie

Holland, Tom

Ideal, Phillis

Kluber, Matthew

Larsen, Ted

Levenson, Silvia

Martinelli, Tom

Newmann, Eugene

Penkala, Matthew

Reed, Paul

Roth, Richard

Rubenstein, Meridel

Scott, Michael

Shimomoto, Harue

Stanczak, Julian

Swain, Robert

Tadasky

Wurmfeld, Sanford

Zammitt, Eric

Zynsky, Toots

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Lilly Fenichel

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Lilly  Fenichel Forbidden Fruit II

Forbidden Fruit II
- Oil on polyproplyene , 2010
37 x 39 in
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Lilly  Fenichel Forbidden Fruit II formatting

Forbidden Fruit II
Oil on polyproplyene   2010
37 x 39 in
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FENL4479
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Lilly  Fenichel B W Geometric Study D formatting

B W Geometric Study D
Acrylic ink on gessoed panel   1967
30 x 40 in
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FENL7465
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Lilly  Fenichel Black Study 2 formatting

Black Study 2
Ink on board   1966
15 x 20 in
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FENL7462
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Lilly  Fenichel Black Study 6 formatting

Black Study 6
Ink on board   1966
15 x 20 in
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Lilly  Fenichel Black Study 9 formatting

Black Study 9
Ink on board   1966
15 x 20 in
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FENL7464
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Lilly  Fenichel Blue Lumen formatting

Blue Lumen
Oil on polyproplyene   2010
37 x 39 x 2 1/2 in
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FENL4477
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Color Geometric Study E
Acrylic ink on gessoed panel   1967
30 x 40 in
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FENL7475
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Lilly  Fenichel Dapple _5 formatting

Dapple #5
Acrylic on paper   1977
35 x 46 in
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FENL7567
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Lilly  Fenichel Dapple Series Los Angeles formatting

Dapple Series Los Angeles
Acrylic on paper   1977
35 x 46 in
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FENL7569
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Lilly  Fenichel Eloquence formatting

Eloquence
Oil on polyproplyene   2008
35 x 37 in
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FENL3888
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Lilly  Fenichel For You For Me Forever More formatting

For You For Me Forever More
Acrylic on raw canvas   2003
36 x 30 in
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FENL7479
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Lilly  Fenichel Geometric Color Study 2 formatting

Geometric Color Study 2
Ink marker on board   1967
15 x 20 in
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FENL7480
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Lilly  Fenichel Geometric Color Study 3 formatting

Geometric Color Study 3
Ink and acrylic on board   1967
15 x 20 in
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FENL7481
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Lilly  Fenichel Geometric Color Study 5 formatting

Geometric Color Study 5
Ink on board   1967
15 x 20 in
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FENL7482
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Lilly  Fenichel German Earth formatting

German Earth
Oil on polyproplyene   2014
30 x 36 in
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FENL7587
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Lilly  Fenichel Intrusion formatting

Intrusion
Oil on polyproplyene   2008
35 x 37 in
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FENL4481
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Lilly  Fenichel It Had To Be You formatting

It Had To Be You
Acrylic on raw canvas   2004
40 x 36 in
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FENL7485
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Lilly  Fenichel Kohl formatting

Kohl
Oil on polyproplyene   2012
52 7/8 x 38 7/8 in
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FENL4530
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Mixtus
Oil and wax on board   2000
44 x 54 in
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FENL7486
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Lilly  Fenichel Ochre Red and Blue formatting

Ochre Red and Blue
Oil on canvas   1950
51 1/2 x 68 in
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FENL3917
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Lilly  Fenichel Red Peep formatting

Red Peep
Oil on canvas   1950
48 x 32.75 in
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FENL7505
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Lilly  Fenichel Sandia Samba Study 1 formatting

Sandia Samba Study 1
Acrylic on processed paper   1991
29.75 x 22.5 in
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FENL7695
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The Way You Look Tonight
Acrylic on raw canvas   2003
44 x 38 in
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FENL7501
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Lilly  Fenichel Untitled F formatting

Untitled F
  1962
40.00 x 30.00 in
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FENL7588
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Lilly  Fenichel

Lilly Fenichel

Lilly Fenichel Description

The newest series of pure abstract paintings by Liily Fenichel features a reductive palette of predominantly black paint on a white support with a rare stroke or two of subtle color—a bit of amber, purple, dilute red or neutralized green. The compositions are asymmetric with the black emerging from a corner or one side or the other like a wave of black pigment onto the scene, forever disrupting the serenity of the pure white support. Yet, the reductive compositions are calm and provide solitude as the viewer studies the work and makes a personal interpretation. This work is more gestural and less graphic than her earlier series with the same materials, the edges are broken and diffuse with the black pigment fading to white, conveying movement and rhythm.

Lilly Fenichel completed her undergraduate work at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles and later studied with Hassel Smith at the California School of Fine Art—currently the San Francisco Art Institute. She then worked in Los Angeles before moving to New Mexico to join the group of Taos Moderns, which included her close friends Beatrice Mandelman, Oli Sihvonen and Agnes Martin. Fenichel has had numerous solo and group exhibitions during her six decade career. A recipient of three International Pollock-Krasner Grants and numerous other awards, her artwork is in the permanent collections of the Harwood Museum, Albuquerque Museum and U. of New Mexico Art Museum along with numerous private and public collections.

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