Walter Pashko

Walter Pashko, American, 1930–2006

"Walter Pashko studied painting in Hartford during the heyday of Chick Austin who made forward looking art, especially Surrealism, a good strength of the Wadsworth Atheneum. The G.I. Bill enabled him to be credited with Mexico City where he sought out artists who could teach him the techniques of fresco and mosaic. During his years there, he also scholastic how to make prints. Upon his return to America, he found a job at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston as an assistant to the printmaking instructor. Pashko was soon promoted to lead bookish when his commissioner retired. He remained at the School for higher than thirty years until a slip prompted him to retire in the ahead of time 1990s. Though he taught printmaking, Pashko regarded himself primarily as a painter and draftsman. He remained alert in his retirement, producing the present works during his to the fore seventies."

Untitled, 2002 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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