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The Jack Stewart Collection
Born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1926, Jack Stewart's art first came to public attention when he was eleven years old. As a teenager he worked in the style of American Regionalism. He studied at Yale University (BFA) with Joseph Albers and Willem de Kooning, architectural studies at Colombia University, and New York University (M.A. and Ph.D.). The Ogden Museum's Jack Stewart Collection includes work from his early years in Atlanta, his abstract gesture paintings, early experiments in photo-transfer techniques, as well as his later, singular form of Magic Realism addressing environmental themes.