John E. Lynch

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Art for the Masses

 

Painter, John Lynch, came to San Francisco in 1950 in the early ferment of the West Coast Abstract Expressionist movement. He brought with him a rigorous academic training, the experiences of World War II, the influences of his San Miguel Allende teachers and a desire to challenge the conventions of painting. He and several of his friends, including James Kelly, had a studio in downtown Philadelphia. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art and the Barnes Foundaton. He made friends among those now known as the Dilexi artists, became a central figure in the Marin Society of Artists and left an amazing artistic legacy.

 
WORKS ON PAPER(not seen in 60 years)
 
at johnelynch.com

 

Moon Over Sea Painting

 
Ed Lynch, artist
 
Calabi Gallery
 
SFMOMA
 
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Early Years
World War II
Art School
San Francisco Community
Early Years in Marin
Later Works
   
   

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