Painting has always been a pleasure for Julian Sheres. “Often it has been a struggle too. But when I have gone back into my studio and looked at the result of what I did the previous day and felt the satisfaction of achievement, I have experienced great pleasure.” Sheres was born and brought up in Washington, D.C. His work was exhibited there, in the Corcoran Gallery and the Smithsonian Institute. At the beginning of 1950 he moved to New York City. One of his paintings was included in the exhibit “American Painting Today, 1950” at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. At the time, he was the youngest artist ever to be featured in an exhibition at the MET.
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