Jim Nutt Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, in 1938, School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the fall of 1960 to study painting. Surrealism, masks and costumes from Oceania and Africa, Dada, and folk art. He worked for a framer, and as an art installer at Allan Frumkin Gallery and The Arts Club of Chicago.

Jim Nutt Born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, in 1938, School of the Art Institute of Chicago in the fall of 1960 to study painting. Surrealism, masks and costumes from Oceania and Africa, Dada, and folk art. He worked for a framer, and as an art installer at Allan Frumkin Gallery and The Arts Club of Chicago.

Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists | Pentimenti

Hairy Who & The Chicago Imagists | Pentimenti

Wonderful Art from Chicago Imagist - Barbara Rossi - “Rose Rock” (1972), acrylic on Plexiglas panel and frame,

Wonderful Art from Chicago Imagist - Barbara Rossi - “Rose Rock” (1972), acrylic on Plexiglas panel and frame,

Hairy Who artist Art Green with his painting “Disclosing Enclosure” (1969), oil on canvas, 93 x 62.5 in (photo by Chicago Daily News, courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

Hairy Who artist Art Green with his painting “Disclosing Enclosure” (1969), oil on canvas, 93 x 62.5 in (photo by Chicago Daily News, courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

Womanness, Chicago Imagists and Emily Dickinson: A Discussion with Venezuelan Artist Jeffly Gabriela Molina

Womanness, Chicago Imagists and Emily Dickinson: A Discussion with Venezuelan Artist Jeffly Gabriela Molina

Chicago-Style Modern Art With Everything:  In the mid 1960s, the city of Chicago was an incubator for an iconoclastic group of young artists. Collectively known…

Chicago-Style Modern Art With Everything: In the mid 1960s, the city of Chicago was an incubator for an iconoclastic group of young artists. Collectively known…

James T "Jim" Nutt (born November 28, 1938) is an American artist who was a founding member of the Chicago surrealist art movement known as the Chicago Imagists, or the Hairy Who. Description from quazoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

James T "Jim" Nutt (born November 28, 1938) is an American artist who was a founding member of the Chicago surrealist art movement known as the Chicago Imagists, or the Hairy Who. Description from quazoo.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

chicago imagists | Ray Yoshidas 1995 collage on paper, Really?, is

chicago imagists | Ray Yoshidas 1995 collage on paper, Really?, is

Hairy Who artist Suellen Rocca with her painting “Curly Head” (1967), unidentified materials and unspecified dimensions (photo by Bob Kotalik, Chicago Sun-Times, courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

Hairy Who artist Suellen Rocca with her painting “Curly Head” (1967), unidentified materials and unspecified dimensions (photo by Bob Kotalik, Chicago Sun-Times, courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

A page from “The Portable Hairy Who” (1966), a printed publication in comic-book form, 11 x 7 in (courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

A page from “The Portable Hairy Who” (1966), a printed publication in comic-book form, 11 x 7 in (courtesy Pentimenti Productions)

Gladys M. Nilsson (born May 6, 1940) is an American artist, one of the original Chicago Imagists, a group in the 1960s and 1970s who turned to representational art. Her paintings "set forth a surreal mixture of fantasy and domesticity in a continuous parade of chaotic images."

Gladys M. Nilsson (born May 6, 1940) is an American artist, one of the original Chicago Imagists, a group in the 1960s and 1970s who turned to representational art. Her paintings "set forth a surreal mixture of fantasy and domesticity in a continuous parade of chaotic images."

Chicago Imagists | ... chicago based artist he was a member of the chicago imagists a

Chicago Imagists | ... chicago based artist he was a member of the chicago imagists a

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