Title

Out of the Ordinary: Anne Ryan and Collage

Date of Award

2010

Document Type

Masters Research Paper

Degree Name

M.A.

Department

Art & Art History

First Advisor

M. E. Warlick

Keywords

Anne Ryan 1889-1954, Criticism and interpretation, Collage, Exhibitions, Abstract expressionism, New York, Women Painters

Abstract

Anne Ryan (1889-1954) was an active member of New York’s vibrant avant-garde art community during the tumultuous period marked by World War II. Ryan participated in the famed 1951 “Ninth Street Show,” and was an early member of Betty Parsons’s legendary stable of artists. She is not widely known today, however, and her influence is rarely acknowledged. Ryan is primarily known for her abstract collages—works that are frequently linked to Abstract Expressionism.

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