Adele Mailer Untitled Oil on Linen 1985

Adele Mailer Untitled Oil on Linen 1985

  • Place of Origin: New York, NY
  • Period: Circa 1985
  • Style: Abstract Expressionist
  • Frame Dimensions: 48″ Inches x 36″ Inches


Adele Mailer

Morales was born in New York City, to a Spanish mother and Native Peruvian father. She grew up in Bensonhurst but moved to Manhattan, where she studied painting with Hans Hofmann and took up a Bohemian lifestyle, being involved for several years with Edwin Fancher (who, together with Norman Mailer and Dan Wolf, founded The Village Voice) and briefly with Jack Kerouac…..

Mailer’s biographer Mary Dearborn says of those days:

Adele thrived in the city. She frequented the Village bars, especially those, like the San Remo and the Cedar Tavern, favored by artists and writers, and she dressed in fantastic, gypsylike outfits. By all accounts, she had extraordinary physical presence. With striking dark good looks and a beautiful body, she seemed to exude sexuality. (It was widely known that her lingerie was ordered from Frederick’s of Hollywood.)


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