Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Janet Fish (born May 18, 1938) is a contemporary American realist artist. Through oil painting, lithography, and screenprinting, she explores the interaction of light with everyday objects in the still life genre. Many of her paintings include elements of transparency (plastic wrap, water), reflected light, and multiple overlapping patterns depicted in bold, high color values. She has been credited with revitalizing the still life genre.
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Q6153341
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Introduction
American artist.
Nationality
American
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Painter
Names
Janet Fish, Janet I. Fish
Ulan
500030854
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