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Historic Preservationists Mark Springs Artists’ Studios Among Most Endangered

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The former studio of James Brooks is one of several buildings on the property where he and his wife and fellow abstract expressionism pioneer Charlotte Park lived in the 1950s. The crumbling buildings have recently been spotlighted as in danger of being lost by two historic preservation groups.

The former studio of James Brooks is one of several buildings on the property where he and his wife and fellow abstract expressionism pioneer Charlotte Park lived in the 1950s. The crumbling buildings have recently been spotlighted as in danger of being lost by two historic preservation groups.

The former studio of Charlotte Park is one of several buildings on the property where she and her husband and fellow abstract expressionism pioneer James Brooks lived in the 1950s. The crumbling buildings have recently been spotlighted as in danger of being lost by two historic preservation groups.

The former studio of Charlotte Park is one of several buildings on the property where she and her husband and fellow abstract expressionism pioneer James Brooks lived in the 1950s. The crumbling buildings have recently been spotlighted as in danger of being lost by two historic preservation groups.

authorMichael Wright on May 18, 2022
Two historic preservation organizations have listed the former studios and home of early abstract impressionist artists James Brooks and Charlotte Park in Springs as historic assets that should be saved.... more

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