The New York Studio School presents Graham Nickson: Cumulus, Monumental Trees and Transient Skies


New York Studio School

 This exhibition presents 45 works by Nickson—unrestrained, rapturous skies and monumental trees, from 1999-2015, all collected by William Louis-Dreyfus.

For more than four decades, Nickson has painted “forbidden” subjects, challenging assumptions about what contemporary artists should address. He has confronted sunrises and sunsets, rain, lightning, and wind storms, translating his observations into dazzling watercolor images. No subject matter could be more transgressive for an artist today.


Curated by Karen Wilkin and Rachel Rickert

Works collected by William Louis-Dreyfus

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