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Flamenco Dancer. c. 1960. Watercolor and gouache. 16 3/8 x 18 1/2. Signed and annotated 'SPAIN' lower right. Housed in a modern black wood 21 x 23-inch frame. $950.
Two Dueñas. c. 1960. Watercolor and gouache. 13 x 17. Signed and annotated 'SPAIN' lower right. Housed in a black wood 21 x 25- inch frame. $950.
Born in Boston of an artistic family, Donn Russell attended the Boston Museum School, then Pratt Institute, the School of Visual Design and the Art Students League in New York City. His first public acclaim came with winning a top award at a National Academy of Design Annual, followed by ones at Silvermine Artists, the New Museum, Audubon Artists, and numerous others. At first he majored solely in painting, and had early success in winning top awards at the National Academy in New York City and the Hartford Atheneum and Silvermine Arts Center in Connecticut. He became a regular member of the "Waverly Gallery" stable of artists on Washington Square in Greenwich Village where he now lived. His work has been exhibited solo and in group gallery and museum shows in this country and abroad.
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