"Thomas Nozkowski, Painter of Bold (if Small) Abstractions, Dies at 75," Online obituary of The New York Times, by Roberta Smith, May 17, 2019
Thomas Nozkowski, whose small, insistent, richly hued abstractions upended the heroic scale of postwar New York art and helped push painting in a more accessible, personal and wryly self-aware direction, died on May 9 in Rhinebeck, N.Y. He was 75.
Pace Gallery, his representative since 2008, said the cause was pancreatic cancer.
Kind and soft-spoken, displaying little in the way of overt artistic ego, Mr. Nozkowski was nonetheless a man of ambition, intelligence and firmly held opinions.
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