Introduction
Lee Mullican (December 2, 1919 in Chickasha, Oklahoma – July 8, 1998 in Santa Monica, California) was a painter and art teacher, and an influential member of the Dynaton Movement. He moved to San Francisco in 1947, and was part of a 1951 exhibition called "Dynaton" held at the San Francisco Museum of Art. Mullican was a member of the UCLA art faculty from 1962 to 1990. He married Luchita Hurtado; their son Matt Mullican is a New York City based artist; their son John Mullican is a Los Angeles-based writer and director. He is represented by Marc Selwyn Fine Art in Los Angeles, California.
Wikidata
Q6514618
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Introduction
Mullican, together with Wolfgang Paalen and Gordon Onslow, formed the "Dynaton" school, once called the "surrealism for the New World."
Nationality
American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Professor, Painter
Name
Lee Mullican
Ulan
500002977
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