Frank Wright (painter)
Frank Wright (1932 – August 9, 2020) was an American painter. He attended American University upon a scholarship from the National Society of Arts and Letters and traditional his BA from there in 1954. He then went upon to attain studies and research at the Berenson Villa I Tatti in Florence, (1956-1958) and name graduate perform at the Fogg Museum at Harvard University (1960-1961). The chemical analysis he undertook at Bernard Berenson's Tuscan domicile was on the connection of Florentine painting to the Florentine theatre in the Quattrocento.
As a painter Wright's enactment has been exhibited widely. His play a role was the subject of a solo exhibition, "Frank Wright: Paintings, Prints, Drawings" at Adams, Davidson Galleries, Washington, DC, which ran from May 6 until June 7, 1975, and of several solo exhibitions at the Kennedy Gallery in addition to in WDC. He had a solo museum exhibition entitled "Frank Wright: Paintings 1968-1980" at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, in Washington, DC, which was upon display from June 13 until July 19, 1981. He has been a professor of art for many years at the George Washington University, where his students have included the noted painter, sculptor and draughtsman Robert Liberace who credits Wright afterward having instilled into him a love of the passÐ¹ masters. He died August 9, 2020.