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    Image of the abstract painting "Bel Canto" by Louise Fishman

    The first retrospective of abstract artist Louise Fishman’s works on paper is on view at Krannert Art Museum. The retrospective is an unexpected memorial to Fishman, who died one month before the exhibition opened.

    Louise Fishman, “Bel Canto,” 2014. Oil on linen. 74 x 88 inches.

    Courtesy of the artist. © Louise Fishman

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  • Editor’s notes: To contact Jon Seydl, email jseydl@illinois.edu. To contact Alan Mette, email amette@illinois.edu. To contact Amy L. Powell, email alpowell@illinois.edu. More information about “A Question of Emphasis: Louise Fishman Drawing” is available online. For information about Krannert Art Museum, contact Julia Nucci Kelly at jkell@illinois.edu.

    An illustrated catalogue with text by Powell, essays by Jill H. Casid and Catherine Lord, and an interview with Fishman by Ulrike Müller accompanies the exhibition.

    Lead support for the exhibition was provided by the Henry Luce Foundation American Art Program. Additional funding was provided by the Rosann Gelvin Noel Fund for Krannert Art Museum; the College of Fine and Applied Arts; Vielmetter Los Angeles; Sueyun Locks, the Locks Foundation; Karma, New York; and the Sandra L. Batzli Memorial Fund.