Albert York

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Albert York (1928–2009) was an American painter.

York painted the beauty he saw in the world, once telling an interviewer, "I think we live in a Paradise. . . . This is a Garden of Eden."[1] He has been represented exclusively by Davis & Langdale Company, Inc. in New York since 1963.[2]

Michael Brenson of the New York Times described him as a "reclusive painter of deliberate, dreamlike landscapes, still lifes and portraits."[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]"In the Garden of Eden," Aryeh Tepper, July 14, 2010, Jewish Ideas Daily.
  2. ^ http://www.davisandlangdale.com/Pages/AlbertYork.html
  3. ^ [2]"GALLERY VIEW; Albert York Abides in His World With Grand Aloofness," Michael Brenson, March 20, 1988, New York Times.