Christine Rosamond

Christine Rosamond (October 24, 1947 – March 26, 1994) -- who became known by her center name, Rosamond -- was an American artist made famous by her paintings, watercolors, etchings, lithographs, and acrylics. Born Christine Rosamond Presco in 1947, she is best known for her use of negative tell and the predominance of women in her pictures. Some of Rosamond's most aware pieces are "Blue Ice", "Autumn", and "Denim and Silk." At one time, Rosamond's public works sold in the millions. In the early 1970s, when Rosamond's proclaim was a household word, it was extremely Strange for a woman to rise to this nice of stress in the art scene.

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