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The Art of Mildred G. Burrage is the catalogue from the Portland Campus UNE Art Gallery’s March 26, 2016—June 26, 2016 exhibition of curated artwork by Mildred G. Burrage.
Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. and Sally W. Rand curated the exhibition, which traces the 65-year career of Mildred Giddings Burrage (1890-1983), one of Maine’s most creative 20th century artists. Her many genres included American Impressionism, patriotic posters, portraits, historic maps, southwest and Central American flora and World War II shipbuilding. Influenced by Jackson Pollack, Mildred, in her post war years, began to paint increasingly abstract and unique mica collages, her own version of the abstract expressionist movement that catapulted America to the center stage of modern art.
University of New England
Art and Design | Fine Arts | Photography | Women's Studies
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University of New England Art Gallery
© 2016 University of New England Art Gallery.
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Art Gallery, University of New England and Shettleworth, Earle G. Jr., "The Art Of Mildred G. Burrage" (2016). Exhibition Catalogues. 6.