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The Man who taught me about color at Cornish when I was just a kid; the last of the "Northwest School" Masters, the late great William "Bill" Cumming. In 1995, while starring at 'Red Stack' he said my "paintings were so realistic they were abstract" Photo about 2008.
When preparing for a 2008 exhibition of his paintings, William Cumming, a spirited and colorful icon of Northwest art, said, "This might be my last show, considering that I am 91 years of age. On the other hand, it might not, considering my arrogant refusal to act my age."
Sketchbooks by Alison Worman displayed on "The Jealous Curator." You gotta love a site that describes itself as "a collection of artowkr that inspires, & depresses me. I know it's good when I'm left thinking Damn I Wish I Thought of That." Oh I can SO relate!
William Lee Cumming (1917- , Washington) pen & ink on paper Signed drawing of three figures with coats; this piece is a sheet from Cumming's sketchbook Condition good, with slight yellowing of paper Dated 1959 3.75" x 5.75 image size, 12" x 14" f [...more]