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Charles B. Hinman

American, b. 1932
Charles Hinman is an Abstract Minimalist painter, notable for creating three-dimensional shaped canvas paintings in the mid-1960s. In the early 1960s Hinman lived on Coenties Slip in Lower Manhattan where he shared an abandoned sail-making loft with painter James Rosenquist. It was an ideal art studio offering large open spaces to work at an affordable rent. Along with Robert Indiana, Ellsworth Kelly, Jack Youngerman and Agnes Martin who resided in the neighbouring buildings, they formed a small artistic community away from the Upper-East side and the Abstract Expressionists from whom they wished to differentiate themselves.

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