Born in 1927, Dorothy Bowman is a listed painter and printmaker, known
for her semi-abstract compositions.
She studied at the Chouinard Art School under Rico LeBrun and Jean
Charlot. She also studied at the Jepson Art Institute and the Otis Art
Institute. Married to painter Howard Bradford, she lived and worked in Big
Sur, California, and painted there with author Henry Miller.
Her works are in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum, the
Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and the Smithsonian Institution. Her serigraphs
received many awards and were exhibited both nationally and internationally.
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