The JP’s national reputation rests on the Washington artists it has launched. Kenneth Noland introduced his brightly-colored “target” paintings at the early Jeff Place in 1958… Gene Davis, now handled by the Henri Gallery, first showed his eye-boggling vertical stripes at the JP in 1962…

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The Washington Post
By Jean Lawlor

Published on September 21, 1969