Lawrence Calcagno, signed, 38x34

Lawrence Calcagno: Painter, Teacher 1913-1993

Studied at the School of Fine Arts, with Clyfford Still and Mark Rothko, San Francisco, 1947-1950; Lived and worked in France, Italy, and North Africa 1950-1955; Lived and taught in New York City 1960-1961, Traveled and taught widely Texas, Hawaii, Russia, California; Died in 1993.

Selected One-Person Exhibitions:

Lucien Labaudt Gallery, San Francisco 1948, 1954; Studio Paul Facchetti, Paris 1955; Martha Jackson Gallery, New York City 1955, 1958, 1960, 1962; Ciudad Universitaria, Mexico City 1961; Houston Museum of Fine Arts, 1965; London, England 1965; Lima, Peru, 1965; Copenhagen, Denmark, 1965; Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1968, 1969; Ithaca College Museum, 1970; Smithsonian Institution, 1973-1975; Mitchell Museum 1982-1983; Roanoke Museum of Fine Art 1984; Anita Shapolsky Gallery, New York 1987, 1992; Anderson Gallery, New York 1992.

Excerpted from The San Francisco School of Abstract Expressionism, Susan Landauer; and San Francisco and the Second Wave, The Blair Collection of Bay Area Abstract Expressionism.