Milton Avery, Greenwich Villagers, 1946, Oil on canvas, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Emperor Justinian and Retinue (detail), c. 547 CE, mosaic, Ravenna, Italy.
St. Pareskevi, Novogordian work of the early fifteenth century, Russian Icons, 1963.
Dress of a Young Woman, Vyškova, Moravia, Plate 24, National Costumes, 1939.
Young Buják Girl, Hungary, Plate 19, National Costumes, 1939.
Henri Matisse, Blouse Roumaine, Fond Rouge et Bleu, 1937,
With Apparent Ease… Henri Matisse, 1988.

The Mobile Sleeve, The Vogue Sewing Book, 1975.
Patricia Treib, The Mobile Sleeve (gray), 2013, Pastel on paper, 15 5/8 x 11 5/8 in.
Patricia Treib, Correspondence, 2012, Oil on paper mounted to panel, 15 3/8 x 11 3/8 in.

Patricia Treib was born in 1979 in Saginaw, Michigan, and lives and works in Brooklyn. She received an MFA from Columbia University in 2006 and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001. Solo exhibitions have been held at, Wallspace (2013), Tibor de Nagy Gallery (2012) and John Connelly Presents (2008). Selected group exhibitions include, MODERN TALKING, Cluj Museum, Cluj, Romania (2012); EXPANDED PAINTING, Prague Biennale 5, Prague, Czech Republic (2011); BESIDES, WITH, AGAINST, AND YET: ABSTRACTION AND THE READY-MADE GESTURE–curated by Debra Singer, The Kitchen (2009). Treib was a 2013 MacDowell Colony Fellow and a Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation grantee in 2007.