Charles Arnoldi
Karel Apple
David Banks
Herbert Bayer
Hans Bellmer
Billy Al Bengston
Elizabeth Bergreen
Eugene Berman
Oscar Bluemner
Dorothy Brett
Nicholas Brigante
Annie W. Brigmann
Armando Britto
Nanette Calder
Camera Works
Marc Chagall
Robert Cremean
Jose Luis Cuevas
Jim Dine
Gordon Onslow Ford
Sam Francis
Charles Gesmar
Joe Goode
Sidney Gordin
Balcomb Greene
Gertrude Greene
Pier Guzzi
Roy Gussow
F. Benedict Herzog
Hilaire Hiler
David Octavius Hill
Carl Holty
Winslow Homer
John Hunter
Mike Kanemitsu
Gertrude Kasebier
Oskar Kokoschka
Lee Krasner
Robert Longo
Helen Lundeberg
Richard Lytle
John Mancini
Andre Masson
Henry Moore
Lee Mullican
Matt Mullican
Claes Oldenburg
Wolfgang Paalen
Pablo Palazuelo
Mexican Retablos
Jose de Rivera
James Rosenquist
Morgan Russell
Niki de Saint Phalle
Kurt Seligmann
Eduard Steichen
Theophile Alexandre Steinlen
Frank Stella
Alfred Stieglitz
Jack Stuppin
Mark Tobey
George C. Tooker, Jr.
Abraham Walkowitz
Tom Wesselmann
Clarence H. White


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Elizabeth Bergreen
American, b. 1951

Works Available
Born 1951, Cleveland, Ohio
Lives and works in New York City

EDUCATION:

Studied at California Institute of the Arts, BFA 1972
Attended the Juilliard School (harpsichord), 1973-75
National Academy of the Fine arts, NY, Second Year Certificate, 2000
Premiered works for harpsichord composed for Bergreen by performance artist Charlemagne Palestine, Purcell Room, London, 1976 and Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City, 1978

EXHIBITIONS:

2003 Artist and Women in Art, group exhibition, Herbert Palmer
Gallery, LA, CA
2000 One-person exhibition Nexus Gallery, New York, NY
2000 Group exhibition, Herbert Palmer Gallery, LA, CA
1998 Juried exhibition, National Academy of the Fine Arts, New York, NY

AWARDS:

1999 General Friends Scholarship, National Academy of the Fine Arts
1997 Certificate of Merit Award, National Academy of the Fine Arts
1996 Certificate of Merit Award, National Academy of the Fine Arts