James Austin Murray

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James Austin Murray (born September 30, 1969 in New York City, New York) is a New York based artist.[1] His works comprise both sculpture and painting but mainly painting. His best known works incorporate barely covered canvases with finely drawn graphite images of people and places.

He opened and operated a gallery from 1998 until 2001 in Tribeca, The Hartnett-Murray Gallery and later called The Markham-Murray Gallery.

Murray is currently represented by Dam Stuhltrager Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Bettcher Gallery in Miami, Florida, and SoHo Myriad in Atlanta, Georgia.


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