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Murray Hantman (1904–1999) was a painter, muralist, and teacher. Over the course of his career Hantman's work progressed from realism to abstraction. His later work shows a mastery of color and form. Based out of New York City Hantman spent summers on Monhegan Island.
Like many of his generation, Hantman ultimately rejected explicit narrative in his paintings for a more primal expression of experience 
^ Murray Hantman: From Image to Abstraction", Portland Museum of Art, 2005, page 13
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