ARTnews – During the first half of 20th century, the American surrealist Gertrude Abercrombie achieved acclaim in Chicago’s art scene, but it wasn’t until recently that her fame extended beyond the city. Following a widely praised solo outing at Karma in New York in 2018, Abercrombie’s intimately scaled works depicting solitary figures, glowing moons, intricate shells, dreamy landscapes, and other subjects of personal significance to her have cropped up in art fairs and exhibitions around the world.  – read more 

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