WILSON--Jane. 90. DC Moore Gallery expresses deep sorrow at the passing of our dear friend and beloved artist Jane Wilson. A witty and insightful woman, Jane was an artist of prodigious ability and great integrity whose luminous paintings of land, sea and sky made her one of the leading landscape painters of our time. We will greatly miss her. Our love goes out to her husband John Gruen and their daughter Julia Gruen. Bridget Moore, Edward

DeLuca and the staff of DC Moore Gallery, New York.

Published by New York Times on Jan. 14, 2015.
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Jane , you were a wonderful teacher at Parsons . Your inspiration and patience and respect for your students was considerable and without narcissism . When you shared perspective ideas in Washington Sq park I learned a lot . Your beauty and visceral paintings are needed in an ever increasing loss of nature outlook people show . Let us look at your art and lessons to make ours more tolerant . Catherine Gropper
Catherine Gropper
January 25, 2015
Gone but will not be forgotten, precious and inspiring memories continue to live on, may Jane R.I.P and may you find comfort in prayers and the support of all
January 20, 2015
A splendid painter, and an extraordinary, challenging teacher. With gratitude and condolences to her family.
Tony Kushner
January 18, 2015
Her cloudscapes are forever beautiful. With love and sympathy to John and Julia from Amanda
January 15, 2015
Great sorrow, great Painter xoxo
January 14, 2015
With profound sadness, and the thanks for having had you as a teacher. With condolences to your family.
Barbara Friedman
January 14, 2015
Dear Jane, I remember playing under the table with Julia while you were painting mink coats. Thank you for your inspiration. Love, Sarah
Sarah Schulman
January 14, 2015
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