Grants

Category dehner

2003 $20,000

Dorothy Dehner1901-1994

Note
DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
Location
Lincoln, MA

$20,000 toward acquiring the 1993 outdoor sculpture Fortissimo for the museum’s permanent collection, overseen by museum curator Nicholas Capasso. Dehner was a student of Stanley William Hayter at his renowned printmaking center and workshop, Atelier 17 in New York. She created paintings, works on paper, small and large sculptures, which are noted for their lyrical and architectonic approaches to abstraction.

1998 $7,500

Dorothy Dehner1901-1994

Note
Dorothy Dehner Foundation for the Visual Arts
Location
New York, NY

$7,500 to conserve up to ten sculptures dating from the 1960s to the 1990s. Dehner was a student of Stanley William Hayter at his renowned printmaking center and workshop, Atelier 17 in New York. She created paintings, works on paper, small and large sculptures, which are noted for their lyrical and architectonic approaches to abstraction.

1997 $25,000

Dorothy Dehner1901-1994

Note
National Gallery of Art
Location
Washington, DC

$25,000 to acquire up to 16 works on paper by Dorothy Dehner, and to organize an exhibition by curator Ruth Fine. Dehner was a student of Stanley William Hayter at his renowned printmaking center and workshop, Atelier 17. She worked in the New York area in sculpture and print media, and her art is noted for its “lyrical and architectonic approaches to abstraction.”

Total: $52,500