Thomas Nozkowski, Painter of Bold (if Small) Abstractions, Dies at 75 – The New York Times

When James Calm, a peripatetic videographer who records many New York gallery openings, buttonholed Mr. Nozkowski at one of his and asked what advice he would give to young painters, Mr. Nozkowski looked into the camera.

“The trick,” he replied, “is to do what you love and to be content alone in the studio. And if you have that, you have everything you need.”

Roberta Smith writing for The New York Times

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