Michael Dailey’s “painterly landscape abstraction” in Seattle

In the Seattle P-I, Regina Hackett writes about old-school painter Michael Dailey. “On the West Coast, from Northern California to Seattle, a gestural kind of painterly landscape abstraction took root in the 1950s and 1960s, sometimes but not always with figures in it. Prime movers included David Park, Joan Brown, Elmer Bishop, Manuel Neri, Nathan … read more… “Michael Dailey’s “painterly landscape abstraction” in Seattle”

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