Hollis Jeffcoat (1952–2018) was an American "third generation" abstract expressionist painter.

While attending the New York Studio School from 1973 to 1976, Jeffcoat studied with Andrew Forge, Philip Guston, George McNeil, Meyer Schapiro, Jack Tworkov and Charles Cajori. She apprenticed with Joan Mitchell in Vétheuil, France from 1976 to 1979, and collaborated with Jean Paul Riopelle on printmaking, painting and ceramic projects in Paris and Montreal from 1979 to 1986.

Jeffcoat's work is widely collected and hangs in several museums in Canada and New York City, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museumand the Morgan Library. She's had 21 solo exhibitions and participated in 44 group shows throughout the United States, Canada and France. Her paintings are part of the permanent collections of the Matisse family and Joan Mitchell.


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