Knox Martin - Artist/Painter, painter, sculptor, muralist
Knox Martin's Bio:
After serving in World War II, Knox Martin attended the Art Students League of New York on the G.I. Bill from 1946-1950, where he studied with Harry Sternberg, Vaclav Vytlacil, Will Barnet, and Morris Kantor.
Charles Egan of the renowned Charles Egan Gallery saw Knox Martin's painting at the Stable Gallery and asked Martin to show his work in a one-man show for the tenth anniversary of the Egan Gallery.
Since then, Knox Martin has been a celebrated painter, sculptor and muralist. Knox Martin has an extensive exhibition record and his work is in museum, corporate and private collections worldwide. His two best-known murals in NYC are Venus and Woman with Bicycle. Knox Martin has been the recipient of many grants and awards, most recently the Benjamin West Clinedinst Memorial Medal, awarded by the Artists’ Fellowship “for the achievement of exceptional artistic merit.”
Knox Martin has led a distinguished career teaching art. He taught at Yale Graduate School of the Arts, New York University, University of Minnesota, International School of Art in Umbria, Italy, and currently gives Master classes at the Art Students League of New York.
Knox Martin lives and works in New York City.
"Art is at its cutting edge out of a specific lineage - the creation of reality. The subject matter of what I do is Art."
Knox Martin's Experience:
Artist/Painter at Knox Martin StudiosJune 1950 - Present | New York, NY
Instructor at The Art Students League of New YorkJanuary 1972 - Present | 215 West 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Knox Martin Master Class
Professor of Art at The International School of Painting, Drawing, and Sculpture in Umbria, Italy1990 - 1992
Professor of Art at University of Minnesota1972 - 1972
Professor of Art at Yale Graduate School of Art1965 - 1971
Professor of Art at New York University1967 - 1967
Knox Martin's Education:
The Art Students League of New York1946 – 1950
Knox Martin's Interests & Activities:
Interested in everything!