GUY ANDERSON GALLERY AT CHRISTIAN GREVSTAD INTERIOR DESIGN
Seattle Representatives of the Estate of Guy Anderson
GUY ANDERSON (1906-1998) was one of the great, legendary painters of the Twentieth Century in the Pacific Northwest. He, along with Mark Tobey, Kenneth Callahan, and Morris Graves, was part of a group known internationally as the Northwest School. Highly respected for his increasingly large, symbolic, mythic paintings in later years, the figurative importance in his work never diminished. A telling quote from this cultivated, articulate, beloved artist may explain his vision best: “I have always endeavored to use the human figure symbolically.” The gallery, in cooperation with the estate of the late Guy Anderson, will be exhibiting on an ongoing basis a large number of works, many of them not previously shown. One of the legendary painters of the Twentieth Century in the Pacific Northwest, Guy Anderson’s paintings will be displayed on a regularly scheduled rotation.
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