Ronald Mallory

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Ronald Mallory (born 1939)[1] is an artist who worked in New York City and now lives in Mexico. In the sixties he was one of the foundational members of the kinetic art movement. In particular, his works involving mercury and acrylic have become icons, and are represented in many collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Mallory was a student of the late Pol Bury. He works in many mediums, including digital art and oil paintings.[1]


  1. ^ a b Ronald Mallory (1939 - )., retrieved February 20, 2011

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