Evelyn Metzger (1911-2007) was a painter and sculptor in New York City, New York, who worked in various styles including cubism, fauvism, impressionism and realism. She was also known for pioneering the use of spray paint in fine art. Metzger was born to wealthy parents who were avid art collectors. She studied under C.K. Chatterton, George Bridgman, Rafael Soyer, George Grosz, and Sally Farnham in the United States, and under Guzman de Rojas and Demetrio Urruchua in South America.