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Dmitri Wright

Lineage Dmitri Wright’s artistic lineage stems from the American Impressionists.  His mentors have been Samuel Brecher, who studied under Charles W. Hawthorne the founder of the Cape Cod Art School.  Hawthorne was a student of William Merritt Chase. Donald Brown an expressionist influenced Wright to accept the Max Beckman International Scholarship at the Brooklyn Museum Art School where he then studied under Rueben Tam, and at Cooper Union, he studied under Wolf Kahn and Will Barnet.  Legacy As an American artist, Wright’s travels have taken him to paint and/or teach throughout the United States and visiting over a dozen National Park sites in addition to Italy, France, Ireland, Austria, England, West Indies, Central and South America, and China. His work focuses on the Preservation and Progress of Impressionism.  CollectionsWrights represented by several galleries with his work housed in hundreds of collections. Museums: National Art Museum of Sport, Newark Museum, Brooklyn Museum. Corporate: Time Warner, Sloan Kettering, AT&T, Wells Fargo Bank, Pitney Bowes, Verizon, Connecticut Water Co. Private collectors throughout New England and East Coast; and International – Japan, Italy, China.  Selected Exhibitions 50 Year Retrospective Mattatuck Museum, National Arts Club NYC; Brooklyn Museum NYC; Newark Museum NJ, Sorelle Gallery, Silvermine Art Center, New...Read More