biografía de Alfred James WANDS (1902/04-1998)

Lugar de nacimiento: Cleveland, OH

Direcciones: Denver 7, CO

Profesión: Painter, lithographer, teacher, lecturer

Estudios: John Huntington Inst.; Western Reserve Univ. (B.S.); Cleveland Sch. Art; F.N. Wilcox; H.G. Keller; Académie Julian, Paris.

Exposiciones: Carnegie Inst., 1928; PAFA, 1924, 1926, 1928, 1932, 1934; PAFA Ann., 1926, 1929-30; WFNY 1939; AIC, 1934, 1954; Corcoran Gal. biennial, 1935; CMA, 1923-37, 1939, 1940; Kansas City AI, 1930-34; Denver Art Mus., 1931-51, 1953, 1954; MFA Houston, 1950, 1951; Denver Mus. Natural Hist., 1953 (solo); San Francisco AA, 1950-52. Awards: prizes, Paris Salon, 1936; CMA, 1923, 1930; Chaloner prize, NYC, 1926; CPLH, 1932; Denver Art Mus., 1932, 1945-51; Kansas City AI (medal); 1934; Denver Art Gld., 1958.

Asociaciones: Denver Art Gld.; Ohio WCS; Carmel AA; Chicago Galleries Assn.; AAPL; Cleveland SA.

Obra: BM; CMA; CPLH; Cleveland Pub. Sch.; Denver Pub. Sch.; Denver Art Mus.: murals, Colorado Woman's College; Methodist Church, Sterling, CO; Kansas City AI; Denver Univ.

Comentarios: Teaching: Cleveland IA, 1925-30; CMA, 1927-30; Colorado Women's College., 1930-47; founder/teacher, Wands Art Sch., Estes Park, CO, 1947-50s.

Fuentes: WW59; WW47; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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