George Ault’s World

Structured with simple lines and vivid colors, the paintings of George Ault captured the chaotic 1940s in a unique way

American artist George Ault had the ability in his paintings to take specific locations in Woodstock, New York, where he lived from 1937 until his death in 1948, and make them seem universal. Shown here is Ault's Daylight at Russell's Corners, 1944. (Collection of Sam Simon. Image © Christie's Images Limited 2002)

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