Catharine Warren (b. 1946) is an abstract artist known for her landscape-inspired abstract papier-collage paintings. Born in Portland, Oregon, Warren was educated at Sarah Lawrence College and studied with Friedl Dzubas, Ansei Uchima, and William Ruben and Barbara Rose. She has worked in Rome, Paris, Provence, and New York.
Warren's Cypress series was inspired by the cypress tress growing in columns in her garden in Provence, France. The works were painted on paper and collaged-on with more paper.
Her work has been shown in many galleries including Aquavella Contemporary, Kouros and Zarre in New York, as well as Galerie Hopkins in Paris and Mas de a Dame in Provence. Warren’s work is also in the Albright-Knox Museum, in the corporate collections of Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase, and The Gulbenkian Foundation, and in many private collections. She resides and works in Palm Beach, Florida.