Danny Pierce - "Solo" - C. 1957
29.75" x 25" Framed
In 1958, the Washington Post praised Danny Pierce (1920-2014) as one "...of America's most outstanding graphic artists...", but Mr. Pierce's reputation extended beyond the realm of printmaking and transcended national boundaries. As a renowned painter, printmaker and sculptor, the artist has works in various mediums, which are included in the permanent collections of many of the world's finest museums.
An instructor at several major Universities, he taught at Seattle University, Cornish, Burnley School as well as Hunter College, N.Y.C., University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and University Of Alaska, where he established the Art Department under a Carnegie Grant in 1959.
Danny Pierce received his training at the Art Center School and Chouinard Art School, both in Los Angeles. He later studied in New York at the American Art School and the Brooklyn Museum of Art with Max Beckmann, Gabor Peterdi, Raphael Soyer, Ben Shahn and William Gropper.
His substantial exhibition record reflects the critical acclaim and recognition he has received throughout his career and includes the Corcoran Gallery, the Los Angeles County Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum and numerous other national and international venues.
His work is represented in international collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, N.Y., Library Of Congress, Smithsonian Institute, Seattle Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, National Museum Of Sweden, Bibliotech Nationale, Paris, and numerous others.
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