William Congdon

William Congdon

William Grosvenor Congdon (April 15, 1912, Providence, Rhode Island – April 15, 1998, Milan) gained notoriety as an artist in New York City in the 1940s, but lived most of his life in Europe. In 2001, The Sabbath of History, a book combining his works and the words of the future Pope Benedict XVI was published.

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William Congdon - Biography
... William Grosvenor Congdon was born April 15, 1912 in Providence, Rhode Island into a socially prominent family of New England industrialists ... entry into war, Congdon enlisted in the American Field Service and was attached to the British Eighth Army, going through battlefields in Egypt, Libya, Italy and Germany ... After the war, Congdon returned to New York and began to paint, a change in medium for him his methods were those of the emerging school of Abstract Expressionism such as Jackson Pollock, Willem De ...
William G. Congdon - Biography
... William Grosvenor Congdon was born April 15, 1912 in Providence, Rhode Island into a socially prominent family of New England industrialists ... entry into war, Congdon enlisted in the American Field Service and was attached to the British Eighth Army, going through battlefields in Egypt, Libya, Italy and Germany ... After the war, Congdon returned to New York and began to paint, a change in medium for him his methods were those of the emerging school of Abstract Expressionism ...

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