David Ramage Prentice, American artist. Member Visual Arts and Gallery Association.
Prentice was born in Hartford, Connecticut and studied at the Art School of the University of Hartford from 1962 to 1964, after which he worked as a studio assistant to Jasper Johns, Robert Motherwell, Helen Frankenthaler, Alexander Liberman and Malcolm Morley.
Student, Hartford Art School, University Hartford, 1964.
He has exhibited his work in the United States and Japan. During the 1960s Prentice was associated with Lyrical Abstraction and his work was exhibited at the Park Place Gallery in New York City among other places.
Exhibited throughout, United States and Europe. Represented in permanent collections, Museum Modern Art, New York City, Yale, Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, National Museum American Art.