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  • Sam Golden — (May 20, 1915 March 11, 1997 [Mark Golden, Golden Artist Colors, Inc] ), started his paintmaking career in 1936 at Bocour Artist Colors with his uncle Leonard Bocour. In 1947 he developed Magna paint, the world s first artist acrylic paint. He… …   Wikipedia

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  • New New Painters — The New New Painters is a group with a core of eleven abstract artists that began forming in 1978 coincident with the further development of acrylic gel paint invented by the paint chemist Sam Golden.[1] The NNP as they are now called, came from… …   Wikipedia

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