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biografía de Allyn COX (1896-1982)

Lugar de nacimiento: NYC

Lugar de defunción: Wash., DC

Direcciones: NYC

Profesión: Painter, teacher, lecturer, writer, mural painter

Estudios: his father, Kenyon Cox; NAD; ASL; Am. Acad., Rome, fel., 1916-21; George Bridgman.

Exposiciones: Am Acad Rome, 1916 (Rome Prize); NSMP; LACMA, 1926 (med); AAPL, 1945 (med); NAD; Arch. Lg, 1953 ( gold med); Drawings & Paintings, Southampton Mus, NY, 1953. Awards: gold medal for serv to arts, Royal Arch Masons, 1962.

Asociaciones: NA; NSMP (pres, 7 yrs); AAPL (pres, 1950-1952); Arch. Lg., New York (v pres); FA Fed., N.Y.; Mun. AS

Obra: Butler Inst Am Art, Youngstown, Ohio; Cooper Hewitt Mus.; Princeton Univ Mus, NJ; NMAA. Commissions: Ceilings & others, WA Clark Mem Libr, Univ Calif, Los Angeles, 1924-1928; six mural panels & others, Law Bldg, Univ Va, 1931-1933; murals & stained glass, George Washington Masonic Nat Mem, 1947-1958; frescos & others, US Capitol, Washington, DC, 1952-; mosaics, US Grant Mem, New York, NY, 1964-1966; Dumbarton Oaks; S.S. America""

Comentarios: In 1953, Cox completed the murals around the frieze inside the U.S. Capitol Dome, which were left unfinished at the death of Philippo Costagni in 1907. He also executed murals for Dumbarton Oaks in Wash., DC, and the George Washington Masonic National Monument in Alexandria. Positions: Art commissioner, New York City, 1952-58.

Fuentes: WW73; WW47; McMahan, Artists of Washington, D.C.

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