Title: Intersecting Light: Nine paintings for the atrium of the Institute for Biomedical Research
Author: Carl Morris
Description: Inscribed by Morris on the half-title page. Covers lightly rubbed; some scuffing on rear cover. Pages clean. Color illustrations. 29 unnumbered pages. 11 x 10 inches.
The introduction states that these nine paintings were to be featured in a room specially designed for them (the Morris Atrium) at the Institute for Biomedical Research at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland. Though the paintings were donated in 1984 the construction of the Institute for Biomedical Research was expected to be completed in 1986.
Carl Morris (1911-1993) was an American painter. He studied at the Chicago Art Institute and in Paris and Vienna. He and his wife, sculptor Hilda Grossman, moved to and set up their studios in Portland, Oregon in 1941. His work can be seen in major collections across the country, including those of the Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the National Gallery of Art.
Binding: Soft Cover
Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Oregon Health Sciences University
Keywords: OHSU, Portland, art, painting, Oregon, abstract impressionist, Pacific Northwest, public art,
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