Jennifer Bartlett

Jennifer Bartlett (1941 – 2022) was an American painter and printmaker, famed for her works assembled from small, square, enamel-coated plates that combined to form a large grid.

Most of her work would take well-known subjects – a house, the ocean, the sky – and render them in a more abstract style – she was noted for her refusal to distinguish between figurative and abstract art.

She has worked in various public collections, among which include the Tate Modern, London, United Kingdom, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY, and the Metropolitan Museum of Fine Arts, New York, NY. She also had several retrospectives and survey exhibitions, including one in 2011 at MoMA, New York, NY.

In 2019, the Jennifer Bartlett trust donated an edition of Conversation I (2005) to Art of Wishes for auction.

  • Area: Artist

  • Area: Artist