Donald Jurney

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Donald Jurney

United States


Donald Jurney was born in Rye, New York, in 1945, and was educated at Columbia University, the Pratt Institute, and the Art Students League. His career has spanned nearly four decades and has included over twenty-five one-person shows in San Francisco, New York, Boston and elsewhere. Jurney's work is influenced by his time spent living and working in the Hudson River Valley, England, France, Ireland and in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts. He currently maintains a studio in Massachusetts. His work is a tapestry woven from a lifetime of experience in drawing and painting, and from careful understanding and observation of the world around us.

Museum Collections

The Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

The Museum of the City of New York, NY

The Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, NY

Selected Corporate Collections

Bank of America, San Francisco, CA

The Chlorox Company, Oakland, CA

Yoshida Development Corp., Tokyo


Quidley & Company

Williams Fine Art Dealers

Todd Bonita Gallery

Selected Bibliography & Press

American Artists: An Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporaries, Chicago, 1990

Donald Jurney: 30 Years of Painting Landscapes, American Art Collector

Ali Wentworth & George Stephanopoulis’s NY Apartment, Architectural Digest, March 2012

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