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Howard Hack

Howard Hack moved to San Francisco when he was eighteen and studied art and philosophy. In the mid-1960s, he began his Window series, a group of paintings that show distorted views through office and store windows near his studio.

Leo Friedlander

Leo Friedlander exhibited drawings at the Art Students League in New York when he was only twelve years old. He worked as a modeler in an ornamental shop for many years, then studied in Brussels, Paris, and Rome before returning to New York.

Randolph Rogers

Randolph Rogers was born in Waterloo, New York, but grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, showing little interest in art. He moved to New York City at age twenty and made some busts for the store where he was a clerk.

Robert Broderson

Broderson, who served in the Air Force during World War II and later received grants from Duke University (where he taught from 1957 until 1964), traveled widely throughout Europe, Mexico, and Africa.