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Sculpture and Sculptors' Drawings

February 08 – March 03, 1948

 

Lili Auer- Born Munich, Germany, 1904. Studied in Munich at Applied Arts School; Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. Awarded Municipal Art League Prize, Art Institute of Chicago.

Nelli Bar- Born in Munich, Germany, 1904. Studied: Fine Arts School, Cologne (wood carving); Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden, under Karl Albiker; in Paris with Maillol. Exhibited: Salon des Tuilleries, Paris; Berkshire Museum, Mass; Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass; Bonestell Gallery, N.Y. Instructor, Junior School, Art Institute of Chicago.

Margot Beman- Born Chicago. Studied ceramic, drawing, sculpture and Terran Salico. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Renaissance Society, University of Chicago.

Edouard Chassaing- Born France. Instructor, Art Institute of Chicago. Studied in Paris. Exhibited: Salon d'Automne; Societe des Artistes Decorateur; Salon des Independence; Societe Nationale des Beaux Arts, Paris; Art Institute of Chicago. Awarded Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Prize (twice), Art Institute of Chicago.

Eldon Danhausen- Studied School of Art Institute of Chicago. Awarded First Award of Byron Lathrop Foreign Traveling Fellowship. Exhibited Art Institute of Chicago. Instructor School of Art Institute.

John Fabian- Born Vienna, Austria. Graduate, School of Art Institute of Chicago. Awarded Ryerson Fellowship, 1934. Worked five and one half years in Europe. Attached to Fourth Marine Division as War Combat Artist during World War II. Exhibited Art Institute of Chicago.

Richard A. Florsheim- Born 1916. Exhibited (painting) : Art Institute of Chicago; Whitney Museum, N.Y.; Pennsylvania Academy; Toledo Museum; San Francisco Museum; Los Angeles Museum. Represented: Jeu de Paume Museum, Paris; Mille College Museum; private collections.

Si Gordon- Born Lafayette, Ind. 1908. No formal art training. Learned carving from Enrico Glicenstein. Most of work done directly, without drawing.

Marie Zoe Greene- Studied: Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Mass. (A.B., Fine Arts); New Bauhaus, Chicago, 1937-8; in Italy, France, and Mexico. Exhibited: Audubon Artists and National Arts Club, N.Y.; Institute of Modern Art, Boston, Mass.; Institute of Modern Art, Montreal, Can.; Royal Canadian Academy. Author of "A Gallery Book for Children" for Children's Department of Education, Art Institute of Chicago.

Roy Gussow- Studied with and assisted Archipenko in New York and Chicago. Now a student of industrial design, Institute of Design in Chicago.

Elisabeth Haseltine Hibbard- Studied: University of Chicago; Art Institute of Chicago; in Europe with Bourdelle and Mestrovic. Exhibited: Art Institute if Chicago; American Academy; National Association of Design; National Association of Women Artists, N.Y.; David Wallach Wen Memorial Fountain, 57th St. Promontory, Chicago; Illinois State Museum; Vanderpoel Memorial Gallery. Awards: French Memorial Scholarship, Art Institute of Chicago; Popular Vote Prize, National Association of Women Artists. Assistant Professor, Department of Art, University of Chicago.

Maude Phelps Hutchins- Born New York, N.Y. Sculptor, painter. Studied: Yale School of Fine Arts (graduate).

Max Kahn- Born Slonim, Russia, 1904. To United States, 1908. Studied: Paris, sculpture with Bourdelle and Despiau: drawing with Othon Friesz; sculpture, Beaux Arts, N.Y. lithography with Francis Chapin, Art Institute of Chicago. Worked on Federal Art Project, Chicago. Taught lithography: Art Institute of Chicago; John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis; San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Continues to teach at Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibited widely throughout United States. Represented: Fifty prints of the Year, 1946; Philadelphia Museum; Corcoran Gallery, Washington, D.C.; Exhibited: American-Jewish; others: Art Institute of Chicago; Philadelphia Color Print Society; Philadelphia Print Club.

Beatrice Kolliner- Born Dallas, Tex. Studied: Cranbrook Academy; with Egon Weiner, Eugene Deutsch. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Women's Salon, Chicago.

Marion Lukens- Instructor: Katherine Lord Studio; Evanston Art Center; design, School of Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibited widely throughout United States. One-man shows: Rouillier Galleries, Chicago; Feragil Galleries, N.Y.; Gumps, San Francisco; State Museum, Santa Fe, N.M.

Joseph Martinek- Born Chicago, 1915. Studied sculpture, State Industrial School id Art, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1934-39. U. S. Army, 1940-43. Exhibited Art Institute of Chicago. Awarded Robert Rice Jenkins Memorial Prize, 1945.

Abbott Pattison- Born Chicago, 1916. Graduates Yale College, Yale School of Fine Arts. Traveling fellowship from Yale, to China and Japan. Volunteered for service, U.S. Navy, 1941. Active duty through 1945. Served in Atlantic and Pacific, commanding subchaser, later, destroyer escort. Exhibited Detroit, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Oakland, Chicago. Several commissions from City of Chicago. Awarded Logan and Esendrath Prizes, Art Institute of Chicago.

Marion Perkins- Born Marche, Ark, 1908. Studied with Si Gordon, beginning 1937. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Evanston Country Club; Hull House; South Side Art Center, Chicago; Howard University; Negro Exposition. Represented: International Business Machines Corp.; George Cleveland Branch Library, Chicago.

Albin Polasek- Born 1879, Frenstat, Czechoslovakia. Studied, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts under Charles Grafly; American Academy, Rome. Many major awards including: Prix de Rome; Widener Gold Medal, Pennsylvania Academy; Logan Medal, Art Institute of Chicago; Honorable Mention, Paris Salon. Represented: Metropolitan Museum; Art Institute of Chicago; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Detroit Institute of Art. Formerly Head of Sculpture Department, Art Institute of Chicago.

John Wallace Purcell- Born New Rochelle, N.Y. Studied School of Art Institute of Chicago. Instructor, School of Art Institute of Chicago, Evanston Art Center. Awards: Edward L. Ryerson Traveling Fellowship; Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Logan Prize, Art Institute of Chicago.

Benjamin Spurgeon Roope- Born Columbus, Ind., 1913. Studied: Art Students League, N.Y., under Laurent and Noguchi; in Chicago with Josset. Served in U.S. Navy, 1943-46. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Illinois Society of Fine Arts; Chicago Veterans Exhibition; Associated American Artists, Chicago. Represented: St. Petersburg Junior College and Wood Museum, St. Petersburg, Fla.; various private collections.

Hubert Ropp- Dean of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Studied: School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Academie der Bildenen Kunst, Vienna, Austria. Observation; Cizek School, Vienna. Formerly Dean, National Academy of Art. One man shows: Art Institute of Chicago; Delphic Studies, N.Y. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; Carnegie Institute; Boyer Galleries; Philadelphia; National Gallery of Toronto.

Freeman L. Schoolcraft- Lecturer in Art, University of Chicago. Was instructor, sculpture and oil painting. Katherine Lord's School of Art, Evanston; sculpture, Junior School, Art Institute of Chicago. U.S. Government Commissions: University of Illinois; Cook County Nurses Home and Training School; Public Schools. Also numerous private commissions.

Mario C. Ubaldi- Born Monarch, Wyo. Studied: Industrial Museum of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy; School of Art Institute of Chicago. Exhibited: Art Institute of Chicago; New York World's Fair; Corcoran Gallery, Washington D.C.; Renaissance Society, University of Chicago. Awards: Municipal Art League Prize; William M.R. French Memorial Prize, Art Institute of Chicago.

Jack Weaver- Born Anaconda, Mont., 1920. Studied, School of Art Institute of Chicago with Polasek, Zettler, Chassaing, and Weiner. Albert B. Kuppenheimer Scholarship, 1941. Exhibited Art Institute of Chicago, widely throughout United States. One man shows; Layton Gallery, Milwaukee; Butts, Mont. Commissions: War Memorial, Butte, Mont.; eleven figures for St. Luke's Church, River Forest, Ill. Instructor Layton School of Art, Milwaukee.

Egon Weiner- Born Vienna, 1906. To United States, 1938. Studied: School for Arts and Crafts, Vienna; Academy of Art, Vienna. Formerly Assistant Professor, Public University, Vienna. Exhibited: Paris; Rome; Vienna; Art Institute of Chicago; Renaissance Society, University of Chicago; widely throughout United States. Awards: Grand Prix, International Exhibition Arts and Crafts, Paris; Blumfield Awards (three years), Vienna; Silver Medal, Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, Cal.; Municipal Art League Prize, Art Institute of Chicago. One man shows: Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago Public Library. Instructor School of Art Institute of Chicago.


   
   
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