Philip Pavia

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Philip Pavia
Born 1912 (1912)
Stratford, Connecticut
Died 2005 (2006) (aged 93)
New York City, New York
Occupation American artist

Philip Pavia (March 15, 1912 in Stratford, Connecticut – April 13, 2005 in New York City, New York[1] was an internationally exhibited American painter and sculptor most closely associated with the abstract expressionist movement.[2]

Pavia began his art studies at Yale but then transferred to the Arts Student League.[3] in 1948 Pavia founded "The Club", an organization dedicated to engaging in a discourse on Modern art.[4]

Pavia's sculpture the "Ides of March" (after his birthday) stood in front of the New York Hilton for twenty five some odd years, from 1963 to 1988.[5] Pavia's work is in the permanent collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.[6]

References

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