Artist Spotlight: March Avery

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  • Modern + Contemporary

“I knew I would be a painter. It never occurred to me that I would do anything else,” March Avery.


March Avery, Resting Nude.
March Avery (American, b. 1932), Resting Nude, 1989, oil on canvas, 18.25″ x 42.25″.
Sold: $28,980

Born into a family of artists — her father being Milton Avery and mother Sally Michel — March Avery cultivated a style that was distinctly her own. Growing up, she was surrounded by artists who were friends of her parents. She began creating by the age of two through painting, drawing and sculpting. She developed a style of her own that celebrates brilliant color and abstract forms.


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  • Modern + Contemporary

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  • Fine Art

Modern + Contemporary Art + Design Highlights

This November we are excited to present several very special works in our dedicated Modern and Contemporary Art sale.

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  • Modern + Contemporary

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  • Modern + Contemporary

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  • Modern + Contemporary

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  • Modern + Contemporary