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Exhibition Catalog of Gestural and Lyrical Abstract Paintings from the 1960s by Anthe Zacharias

ANTHE ZACHARIAS Natural: Paintings from 1963 to 1966 On View Through February 24, 2019

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Anthe Zacharias Untitled (AZ-304), 1966 Oil on canvas 40" x 34" Click here to go to the artwork

Anthe Zacharias Untitled (AZ-310), 1965-66 Oil on canvas 68" x 86"

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Anthe Zacharias Untitled (AZ-27), 1963 Oil on canvas 27" x 27"

Anthe Zacharias Untitled (AZ-424), 1964-65 Oil on canvas 58" x 52"

Anthe Zacharias Untitled (AZ-14), 1966 Oil on canvas 79" x 67" Click here to go to the artwork

A selection of paintings from the 1950s and early 60s by Anthe Zacharias are on view at David Richard Gallery, New York. HIDDEN FIGURES Abstract Expressionist Women Painters in New York and California, 1950s and 60s SONIA GECHTOFF, NINA TRYGGVADOTTIR, BEATE WHEELER AND ANTHE ZACHARIAS On view through February 24, 2019

Installation Views of Anthe Zacharias paintings in Hidden Figures:

About Anthe Zacharias (b 1934): Zacharias was born in Albania. Her parents immigrated to the United States and she grew up in New York on the west side of Manhattan in Hell’s Kitchen. She attended Queen’s College from 1952 to 1956 where she studied under art historian Robert Goldwater as well as John Ferren and Barse Miller. She then went to the University of California, Berkeley, where she met Mark di Suvero and studied with George McNeil and Erle Loran, receiving her M.F.A in 1957. Returning to New York, Zacharias exhibited at the legendary March Gallery in the late 1950s and early 1960s alongside di Suvero and received recognition and mention form Dore Ashton. Between 1960 to 1968, she lived and painted in an old sea captain’s residence at Coentis Slip near South Ferry in the same area as some of the most renowned figures in the art scene of that time: Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, Barnett Newman, Ellsworth Kelly, Mark di Suvero, Agnes Martin, James Rosenquist and Robert Indiana. In the mid-60s, Zacharias exhibited at the Great Jones Gallery along with Louise Bourgeois and in the early 1970s, at Green Mountain Gallery in Soho in Lower Manhattan. In the mid-1970s, Zacharias became somewhat reclusive and avoided exhibiting in galleries. However, she continued to paint every day in her studio and evolve her own visual language and experimental methods of application on new and novel supports. Also, from the 1980s through 2000, she was closely associated with Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, Queens and working with local children groups and teaching. She worked on two large commissions for the Park, including a brightly colored 35-foot mural. In 2006, Zacharias contributed a work to the "Peace Tower" shown at the Whitney Biennial of that same year. She continues to paint, albeit on a much smaller scale.

All Artworks: Copyright © Anthe Zacharias Photos by: Yao Zu Lu For additional information please contact: David Eichholtz, Manager Mobile: (505) 467-9742 Mobile: (917) 853-8161

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