Robert Pincus-Witten (1935 – 2018) was an American historian and art critic. He is the author of numerous books, and his criticism has been collected into celebrated volumes.
Gray Foy: Known and UnknownBy Robert Pincus-Witten
The name Gray Foy has been nearly forgotten. An enormously gifted artist, he produced a hard-won inventory of some one hundred works, mostly drawings that fall into two approximate categories: smaller format drawings marked by an indenture to Salvador Dalí and other Surrealists dating to 1941 – 48 (but remarkable for all that), and his mature, nonpareil efforts depicting botanical subjects from the late forties through the late sixties—his best work.