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PERLE FINE (1905-1988)

 
Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24. Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24.
The Early Morning Garden195744 x 36 in. oil and collage on canvas
Provenance
Private Collection, USA
Thomas McCormick Gallery, Chicago
Private Collection, Minnesota
Literature
Marter, Joan, ed. Women of Abstract Expressionism (New Haven: Yale University Press with Denver Art Museum): 2016, illus. p. 86-87

175,000

Perle Fine’s “The Early Morning Garden” was featured in the Denver Art Museum’s notable 2016 exhibition, “Women of Abstract Expressionism.” Fine was chosen by her peers to be included in the seminal 1951 Ninth Street Show. She also participated from 1951 to 1957 in the invitational New York Painting and Sculpture Annuals. She was one of the 24 artists (from 156 New York School artists) to be included in all of the Annuals – Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Elaine de Kooning were among the other 24.
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