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ITEM Tooker-1
Woman with A Sprig of Laurel
1992 Edition of 125
17.75x23.5" 45x60cm
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Biography
1960 Grant, National Institute of Letters
1970 Member, National Academy of Design
1920 Born August 5, 1920


Exhibitions
2001 Cadmus, French, Tooker, Columbus Museum of Art Columbus, OH
2000 Making Choices 1929-1955, The Museum of Modern Art New York, NY
2000 George Tooker, Hart Gallery at the Guild Art Centre Northhampton, MA
1999 The American Century 1900-1950, Whitney Museum of American Art New York, NY
1998 George Tooker, DC Moore Gallery New York, NY
1997 Civil Progress: Images of Black America, Mary Ryan Gallery New York, NY
1997 Views from Abroad: European Perspectives on American Art 3 - American Realities, Tate Gallery London
1996 Reality and Dream: The Art of George Tooker, Ogunquit Museum of American Art Maine
1992 Tooker's Women, Marisa Del Re Gallery New York, NY
1990 Cadmus, French & Tooker: The Early Years, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris New York, NY
1989 George Tooker: Paintings and Drawings, 1946-1989, Marsh Gallery, University of Richmond Richmond, VA
1987 George Tooker: Working Drawings, Robert Hull Fleming Museum, University of Vermont Burlington, VT
1985 Surreal City, 1930-1950, Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris New York, NY
1982 Homo Sapiens, the Many Images, Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art Ridgefield, CT
1974 George Tooker: Paintings 1947-1973, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco San Francisco, CA
1969 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Whitney Museum of Art New York, NY
1964 Durlacher Brothers New York, NY
1963 Paintings from the Museum of Modern Art, New York, National Gallery of Art Washington, DC
1960 Robert Isaacson Gallery New York, NY
1958 Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy
1953 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting, Whitney Museum of American Art New York, NY
1951 Edwin Hewitt Gallery New York, NY
1949 Painting in the United States, 1949, Museum of Art, Carnegie Institute Pittsburgh, PA
1946 Fifteen Americans, Museum of Modern Art New York, NY