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The Transcendental Painting Group:
Spiritualism and Modern Art
 
In 1938, a group of Modern artists living in Santa Fe rejected the idea of painting their Southwestern desert surroundings like so many artists before them. Instead of painting a stunning landscape or scene of traditional Indian life, they turned their gaze to Abstraction and Spirituality. They referred to themselves as the Transcendental Painting Group. The artwork they made was mostly non-objective, influenced at the time by Wassily Kandinsky. (read more about TPG)
 
FADA Member Gallery, Addison Rowe, located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, has an extensive inventory of these artworks. See below a few of our favorite images and be sure to check out Addison Rowe's recent exhibition dedicated to the Transcendental Painting Group.
 
Untitled (Abstract with Black Lines) by Ed Garman
Available at Addison Rowe Gallery
Offered at $12,500
 
Polymer No. 21 Bay by Raymond Jonson
Available at Addison Rowe Gallery
Offered at $35,000
Polymer No. 30 by Raymond Jonson
Available at Addison Rowe Gallery
Offered at $35,000
 
 
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