June Wayne  (American, 1918) 

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June Wayne, Eve tenteé; Adam en attente; The tamarind Decade (3 works)

 

June Wayne
Eve tenteé; Adam en attente; The tamarind Decade (3 works)
1958

Auction: Apr 28, 2014
Phillips New York
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June Wayne, La Cible

 

June Wayne
La Cible
1972

David Richard Gallery
June Wayne, Grande Vague Noire

 

June Wayne
Grande Vague Noire
1975

David Richard Gallery
June Wayne, Hommage à la Demeure

 

June Wayne
Hommage à la Demeure
1993

Louis Stern Fine Arts
June Wayne, Study for Final Jury

 

June Wayne
Study for Final Jury
1953

Louis Stern Fine Arts
June Wayne, Write a Lonely Soldier

 

June Wayne
Write a Lonely Soldier
1976

Louis Stern Fine Arts
June Wayne, Tenth Wave

 

June Wayne
Tenth Wave
1972

Louis Stern Fine Arts
June Wayne, The Cavern

 

June Wayne
The Cavern
1948

Louis Stern Fine Arts
June Wayne, Visa

 

June Wayne
Visa
1973

David Richard Gallery
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June Wayne, A Work of Mourning IV (Donald Bear series); Strange Moon & The Advocate (3)

 

June Wayne
A Work of Mourning IV (Donald Bear series); Strange Moon & The Advocate (3), 1951-1953
Lithograph on paper

 

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June Wayne, Tidal Wave

 

June Wayne
Tidal Wave, 1973
aquatint etching

 

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June Wayne, Visa/Monday

 

June Wayne
Visa/Monday, 1976
color lithograph

 

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1918   Born in Chicago, Illinois. Raised by her divorced mother a traveling corset saleswoman.
1933   Dropped out of high school to become an artist
1935   First solo exhibit using her first and middle names: June Claire
1938   WPA Easel Project in Chicago
1939   moved to New York and worked as a costume jewelry designer in the garment industry
1957   Collaborating with Marcel Durassier in Paris
1960   Early in the 60's she developed a plan to revitalize the art of lithography, producing the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. By the end of the 60's the workshop become an international force in the printmaking arts.
1970   Turned to designing tapestries in France.
2008   Women’s Art: Women’s Vision Honoree, National Women's History Project