An important American
modernist painter, John Phillip Hultberg was born in Berkeley, California in
1922, and was a pupil of Mark Rothko and Clifford Still while attending the San
Francisco School of Art and the Art Students League.
He is best known for his
abstract and semi-abstract landscapes. He was a member of the National Academy
of Design and was part of the new artist talent show of 1952 at the Museum of
Modern Art (MOMA). His works are in several museum collections including the
MOMA, the Metropolitan Museum of New York and the Whitney Art Museum. He died in
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