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2011 Statewide Juried Virtual Showcase (Gallery 06: Henry Isaacs)

 














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Henry Isaacs - Islesford, ME (web) | "View Over the Marsh, Islesford" | Oil on Canvas | 44"x50"

Henry Isaacs - Islesford, ME (web)
Painter

"View Over the Marsh, Islesford"
Oil on Canvas | 44"x50"

Artist Statement: Henry Isaacs has earned degrees in printmaking from the Slade School and in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, and has received numerous honors for his bold, impressionistic works, including honors from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Boston Globe Foundation, Hitachi Foundation and the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Over the last thirty- plus years the natural and inhabited landscape have evolved as the consistant subject for Henry Isaacs' pictures. From gestural abstractions to more realistically defined images, these have clear origins from his many years of observational, anatomical and studio work. He has curated and coordinated many special arts projects and has many paintings in various collections throughout the country.

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Henry Isaacs - Islesford, ME (web) | "Otter Cliffs, Mount Desert Island" | Oil on Linen | 38"x52"

Henry Isaacs - Islesford, ME (web)
Painter

"Otter Cliffs, Mount Desert Island"
Oil on Canvas | 38"x52"

Artist Statement: Henry Isaacs has earned degrees in printmaking from the Slade School and in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, and has received numerous honors for his bold, impressionistic works, including honors from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Boston Globe Foundation, Hitachi Foundation and the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Over the last thirty- plus years the natural and inhabited landscape have evolved as the consistant subject for Henry Isaacs' pictures. From gestural abstractions to more realistically defined images, these have clear origins from his many years of observational, anatomical and studio work. He has curated and coordinated many special arts projects and has many paintings in various collections throughout the country.

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Henry Isaacs - Islesford, ME
http://www.henryisaacs.com

Painter

"View Over the Marsh, Islesford"

Oil on Canvas

44"x50"

"Otter Cliffs, Mount Desert Island"

Oil on Linen

38"x52" 

Artist Statement: Henry Isaacs has earned degrees in printmaking from the Slade School and in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, and has received numerous honors for his bold, impressionistic works, including honors from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, The Boston Globe Foundation, Hitachi Foundation and the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Over the last thirty- plus years the natural and inhabited landscape have evolved as the consistant subject for Henry Isaacs' pictures. From gestural abstractions to more realistically defined images, these have clear origins from his many years of observational, anatomical and studio work. He has curated and coordinated many special arts projects and has many paintings in various collections throughout the country.

Call (207) 244-5275 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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