Elenore Lust (1909-1997) was an art dealer, gallery owner, and painter in New York City, New York and Mount Holly, New Jersey. Lust studied painting at the Art Students League and opened the Norlyst Gallery at 59 West 56th Street, New York, in partnership with Jimmy Ernst in March 1943. Ernst left the business after several years and Lust continued to operate the gallery until 1949, when she closed its doors to pursue other interests. Lust later opened the Norlist (new spelling) Art Studio in Mount Holly, New Jersey.
Elenore Lust papers, circa 1940-1991, bulk 1943-1949
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