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Lizzie Frasco

Gallery Assistant

Lizzie Frasco is a Ph.D. candidate at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University working on the art and architecture of the Americas in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, where she majored in visual studies and the history of art. Her main areas of research include Mexican muralism and American WPA murals, women artists in the early modern period, art and architecture in nineteenth century Havana, the craft arts and the concept of the “decorative,” outsider art with special regard to Jamaica and Haiti, the international influence of Italian arte povera, early American muralism in dialogue with “Latin America,” and Latino art and culture in the United States. The intellectual models of international “modernism” and post-colonialism are integral to her research, as is the development of a more hemispheric approach to the study of the art of the Americas.

Hawthorne Fine Art LLC is a New York City fine art gallery that specializes in 19th and early 20th century American Art, especially Hudson River School and Impressionist paintings. We also feature works by historic women artists. As a premier art dealer in New York City, we select our works for their quality, beauty, and rarity and price them competitively for the market. We curate our paintings with strong academic scholarship and provide all of our clients with insight into the value of the work by elucidating its place within the artist’s larger body of work as well as the artist’s position in the market and more broadly, within the history of American art. We welcome visits to our American art gallery by appointment,

Hawthorne Fine Art Manhattan Showroom (by appointment):

12 East 86th Street, Suite 1425 New York, NY 10028

P.O. Box 140, Irvington, NY 10533 (mailing address)

212.731.0550 • info@hawthornefineart.comwww.hawthornefineart.com