Jennifer Losch Bartlett
American, March 14, 1941
Collected by a major museum
Anderson Collection at Stanford University
Selected exhibitions
Jennifer Bartlett: House (1977-2007),
Locks Gallery
Jennifer Bartlett: Pastels,
Locks Gallery
Black/White: Including editions and monoprints by Tara Donovan, Leonardo Drew, Paul Morrison and Vik Muniz,
Pace Prints

In the course of her 50-year career, Jennifer Bartlett has alternately been considered a painter, a printmaker, and an installation artist, though her iconic works combine these three practices. Bartlett has become known for colorful painting on baked enamel on steel plates, which she then installs in grids. Each plate is both an individual work and a part of a larger piece. She also works with numerous mediums including pencil, ink, conte, oil pastel, gouache, drypoint, aquatint, screen prints, woodcuts, and lithography. Bartlett received her MFA from Yale, where her classmates included Richard Serra, Brice Marden, and Nancy Graves. She was perhaps most influenced by Sol LeWitt’s “Paragraphs on Conceptual Art” at the start of her career.