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Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5225) Oil on canvas 1984 44 x 46 at David Richard Gallery

Untitled (BW-5225)
- Oil on canvas , 1984
44 x 46 in
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Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5225) Oil on canvas 1984 44 x 46 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5225)
Oil on canvas   1984
44 x 46 in
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WHEB12295
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5169) Oil on canvas 1971 28 x 28 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5169)
Oil on canvas   1971
28 x 28 in
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WHEB12298
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5187) Oil on canvas 1950s 18.5 x 15.5 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5187)
Oil on canvas   1950s
18.5 x 15.5 in
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WHEB12287
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5208) Oil on canvas 1990s 24 x 30 at David RIchard Gallery Untitled (BW-5208)
Oil on canvas   1990s
24 x 30 in
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WHEB12307
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5224) Oil on canvas 1970s 50 x 50 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5224)
Oil on canvas   1970s
50 x 50 in
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WHEB12314
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5229) Oil on canvas 1972 48.5 x 42 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5229)
Oil on canvas   1972
48.5 x 42 in
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WHEB12315
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5232) Oil on canvas 1961 36 x 36 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5232)
Oil on canvas   1961
36 x 36 in
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Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5234) Oil on canvas 1961 36 x 32 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5234)
Oil on canvas   1961
36 x 32 in
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WHEB12318
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5235) Oil on canvas 1961 40 x 38 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5235)
Oil on canvas   1961
42 x 38 in
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WHEB12319
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5237) Oil on canvas 1961 43 x 37 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5237)
Oil on canvas   1961
43 x 37 in
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WHEB12321
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5238) Oil on canvas 1961 42 x 38 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5238)
Oil on canvas   1961
46 x 42 in
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WHEB12322
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5247) Oil on canvas 1990s 34 x 50 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5247)
Oil on canvas   1990s
34 x 50 in
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WHEB12327
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5261) Oil on canvas 1980s 30 x 18 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5261)
Oil on canvas   1980s
30 x 18 in
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WHEB12335
Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5301) Oil on canvas 1961 46 x 46 at David Richard Gallery Untitled (BW-5301)
Oil on canvas   1961
46 x 46 in
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Beate  Wheeler Beate Wheeler Untitled (BW-5336) Oil on canvas 1950s 22 x 18 at David RIchard Gallery Untitled (BW-5336)
Oil on canvas   1950s
22 x 18 in
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WHEB12352

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Beate  Wheeler

Beate Wheeler

Beate Wheeler Biography

Beate Wheeler, born in Germany in 1932, fled with her family in 1938 and arrived at Ellis Island in New York. She studied at Manumit in Pawling, New York until 1945, an experimental Christian socialist boarding school for refugee children. After receiving her BFA degree at Syracuse in 1954, Wheeler earned her MFA at Univeristy of California, Berkeley under Abstract Expressionist painter, Milton Resnick. While in the Bay area, she met Mark di Suvero and the two moved to the East Village in New York. Together with Robert Beauchamp, Elaine de Kooning and Patricia Passlof, they formed the March Gallery, one of the eight galleries and artist cooperatives that were known as the 10th Street Galleries.

 

Wheeler married the writer and artist Spencer Holst. They were some of the early residents at the Westbeth Artists Housing in New York’s West Village. Wheeler lived and worked there the rest of her life. She painted regularly and produced drawings and artworks for Spencer’s publications. She exhibited primarily at the Wesbeth galleries and had many dedicated private collectors, including Nelson A. Rockefeller. Following a 15-year battle with Parkinson’s disease, she passed away May 14, 2017.

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