Artist: Janet Lippincott (1917-2007)
Title: High bulb series
Marks: Signed in pencil
Paper Size: Paper 30 x 22 inch
COA: Certificate of Authenticity is included
Janet Lippincott (born 1918 in New York City) was an American artist who lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico, from 1946 until her death May 2, 2007. She was a part of an artistic movement called the New Mexico Modernists. Janet received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in New Mexico in 2002. Janet was friends with such notable artists as Elmer Schooley. She attended the Emil Bisttram School for Transcendentalism in Taos, New Mexico after serving in the Women’s Army Corps in World War II. She was the sister of W.J. Lippincott who headed Lord & Taylor in New York.
Awards: 1956 Annual Circle Exhibition, Roswell Museum, Roswell, New Mexico; 1957 Purchase Award, 10th Graphic Exhibition, NM Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, NM; 1958 12th Graphic Exhibition, New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Exhibited: 1957 Los Artisanos, Las Vegas, New Mexico; 1957 Mexican-American Cultural Institute, Mexico City; 1958 Abstractions in Colored India Ink, La Galleria Escondida, Taos, NM; 1959 Mid American Exhibition, Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Missouri.
Works Held: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA; Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City, UT; Museum of Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico; State Capital Art Collection, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Harwood Foundation, Taos, New Mexico.