David Lund

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David Lund (born 1925 in New York City) is identified with the abstract expressionist painters of the New York School. His landscape oils done in the 1950s are exemplary of the bold combination of form, color and texture for which this group is celebrated. Lund taught at Cooper Union, Parsons, New York University, Fashion Institute of Technology, the Metropolitan Museum, the 92nd Street Y and the National Academy School of Fine Arts.

Some of his more recent exhibitions include the Turtle Gallery, Maine; HHAR Gallery, New York; Wingspread Gallery, Maine; Allport Associates Gallery, San Francisco; Bixby Gallery, Washington University, St. Louis; Sehwig Gallery, St. Louis; numerous shows at the Grace Borgenicht Gallery; Maine State Museum; Colby College, Maine; Worcester Art Museum; Butler Institute of American Art; Mid-America Arts Alliance; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art; numerous shows at the National Academy Museum; New York Studio School; and the Toledo Museum of Art. His work is included in the collections of the Corcoran Gallery of Art; McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas; Delaware Art Museum; Johnson Museum, Cornell University; Fort Worth Art Center; and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

He is the recipient of two Fulbright Fellowships, Rome; the Hassam Purchase Award, American Academy of Arts & Letters; and the Benjamin Altman Prize, National Academy[1]

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  1. ^ [1] National Academy