Art & Artists at The Jasper: William Halsey

William Halsey
Night People II, 1992
23 x 28.75 in
Oil on paper
William Halsey
Red Inscriptions,1983
28 x 23 in
Oil on mixed media on paper

About the artist:

William M. Halsey (1915–1999) was an influential abstract artist in the American Southeast, particularly in his home state of South Carolina. He was represented by the Bertha Schaefer Gallery in New York City (1948–53). His mural studies for the Baltimore Hebrew Congregational Temple were included in Synagogue Art Today at the Jewish Museum, New York City (1952). His work was included in the annual International Exhibition of Watercolors at the Art Institute of Chicago (1939, 1941–43). He had work in the Whitney Museum’s Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Sculpture, Watercolors and Drawings (1953). A mid-career retrospective was held at the Greenville County Museum of Art in 1972 and then traveled to the Gibbes Museum of Art (formerly the Gibbes Art Gallery), Charleston, South Carolina, and the Florence Museum, Florence, South Carolina.

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