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  • Description

    Please note, this work has been promised for the traveling exhibition Milton Avery at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Texas and the Royal Academy of Arts in London, November 7, 2021 – 16 October, 2022

  • Provenance

    Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York
    Mr. Harold Price Collection, New York
    Christie’s, New York, November 28, 2012, lot 126
    Acquired at the above sale by the present owner

  • Exhibited

    London, Waddington Galleries, Milton Avery, March 2 - March 27, 1965, no. 3 (illustrated)
    Allentown, Allentown Art Museum, Paintings by Milton Avery and His Family, September 4 - September 26, 1971, no. 23
    New York, Borgenicht Gallery, The Landscape: Avery and the European Masters, February 1 - February 27, 1975
    Storrs, University of Connecticut, The William Benton Museum of Art, Milton Avery and the Landscape, March 15 - April 16, 1976
    Austin, The University of Texas Art Museum; Summit, Summit Art Center; Washington DC, The Phillips Collection, Milton Avery, Drawings & Paintings, December 5, 1976 - June 19, 1977
    Sarasota, The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Milton Avery Retrospective Exhibition, September 23 – October 31, 1977
    Wichita, Ulrich Museum of Art, Milton Avery: Paintings and Prints, November 30, 1977 – January 15, 1978
    New York, Borgenicht Gallery, Milton Avery: Major Paintings, April 15 - May 9, 1981 (illustrated, n.p)
    New York, Whitney Museum of American Art, Milton Avery, September 16 - December 5, 1982, no. 65, pp. 87, 224 (illustrated)
    Milwaukee, Milwaukee Art Museum; West Palm Beach, Norton Museum of Art, Milton Avery: The Late Paintings, November 30, 2001 - May 12, 2002

  • Literature

    Charles Penbow, 'The Pale, Simplistic Isolation of Milton Avery', Saint Petersburg Times, Saint Petersburg, FL, October 15, 1977
    Bonnie Lee Grad and Sally Michel Avery, Milton Avery, Royal Oak, MI, 1981, no. 27, p. 7 (illustrated)
    Barbara Haskell, 'Milton Avery: “Why Talk When You Can Paint?”', Portfolio, New York, September-October 1982 (illustrated)

Hint of Autumn

signed and dated "Milton Avery 1954" lower left; signed, titled and dated ""Hint of Autumn” by Milton Avery 1954" on the reverse
oil on canvas
53 3/4 x 34 in. (136.5 x 86.4 cm)
Executed in 1954.

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