Greene mixing paints in his New York studio. Photograph taken for a newspaper story, 1961, for the Toledo Blade . Inscription on enclosed note (typewritten): AP Newsfeatures photo please credit; For use Sunday, Sept. 10, with Miles A. Smith's New York APN story on Greene; Figure work; Mixing paints in his New York studio, artist Balcomb Greene starts work on a new painting. His way of working out his canvases in advanced and using the human figure mark him as no abstract expressionist. But in the 1930's he was a leader of the abstract school of painting which now shows signs of losing its hold on art.
Balcomb Greene mixing paints, 1961 / unidentified photographer. Louise Bruner papers, 1945-1976. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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