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About Norman Dolph – Let’s see… Studied H.o.A & Engineering @ Yale. Long-time art collector, generally black-and-white – Baldessari, Ryman, Artschwager, Marden – that sort of thing. Produced The Velvet Underground & Nico for Warhol (“The Banana Album”). In Philadelphia at the ICA, 1965, did the music for Warhol’s first major show. As a painter, did a Stations of the Cross series – exhibited at the 6th Biennale of Sacred Art at the Museo Stauros d’Arte – Teramo, Italy. As a songwriter, “Life Is A Rock (But the Radio Rolled Me)” and Jane Olivor’s “Stay the Night.” Plus, cuts by Isaac Hayes, Patti LuPone, Eddie Kendricks, Bill Medley, Tracey Ullman. Other stuff too… Long-time friend, patron and collector of the late Paul Laffoley. Happily married! A variegated, enjoyable, optimistic, Vita Brevis.

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