Rolph Scarlett: A Survey of Original Paintings and Work on Paper, 1930-1960

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Oct 3–Nov 30, Tuesdays–Sundays, 10 am–8:30 pm, ended Nov 30, 2019
Frederick Holmes and Company Pioneer Square (Seattle)
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The late Canadian American painter Rolph Scarlett was at one time "the third most highly collected artist" of the Guggenheim collection; he was one of the founders of Solomon R. Guggenheim's first museum (called Museum of Non-Objective Painting), according to gallery materials. But when Guggenheim died in 1949, his family put most of Scarlett's work into storage. Now you have a chance to see 35 of his pieces from the 1930s to the 1960s.

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