biografía de Warner WILLIAMS (1903-1982)

Lugar de nacimiento: Henderson, KY

Direcciones: Culver, IN

Profesión: Sculptor, designer, lecturer, painter, teacher

Estudios: Berea College; Herron Art Inst.; AIC (B.F.A.); Polasek; Zettler; Inaelli

Exposiciones: AIC, Century of Progress, Chicago, 1932; Herron AI, 1925 (prize); Hoosier Salon, 1928-42 (prizes, 1928, 1930-32); City of Chicago, 1938 (award); North Shore AA, 1937-38 (prizes); AIC, 1939, 1941 (prizes)

Asociaciones: Chicago Art Club; Chicago AA; Hoosier Salon; NSS; Illinois SFA

Obra: Martin Luther King bas-relief portrait, King Mem., Atlanta, GA; Albert Schweitzer medallion, Schweitzer Mem. Mus., Switzerland; Queen Marie medal, Vienna Diplomatic Acad & Theresianische Acad.; Thomas Edison Commemorative Medal, Smithsonian Inst. & Edison Mus., East Orange, NJ; Helen Keller medallion, 35 schools for blind, US; other memorials & bas-reliefs: Court House, Frankfort, KY; Berea College; Indiana Univ.; City Church, Gary, IN; Purdue Univ., Bradwell Sch., Chicago; Francis Parker Sch.; Univ. Pittsburgh.

Comentarios: Positions: artist-in-residence, Culver Military Acad., Indiana, 1940-68. Contributor: Design magazine.

Fuentes: WW73; WW47.

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