biografia di Charles Wheeler LOCKE (1899-1983)

Birth place: Cincinnati, OH

Death place: Garrison, NY

Addresses: Brooklyn, NY; Garrison, NY

Profession: Painter, teacher, lithographer, etcher

Studied: Ohio Mechanics Inst.; Cincinnati Art Acad.; ASL with Joseph Pennell; study in Paris, 1928; H.H. Wessel; J.E. Weis.

Exhibited: WMAA; AIC, 1936 (Logan med.); PAFA Ann., 1940, 1943, 1947; Corcoran Gal. biennials, 1943-47 (3 times). Awards: Tiffany Found. award, 1920; Am. Acad. Arts & Letters grant.

Member: NAD; SAE; Am. PM; Am. Soc. PS&G; Century Club.

Work: (Prints) MMA & WMAA; Nat. Gal., London, England; (paintings) CGA & Phillips Coll., Wash., DC; Dartmouth College; CM; British Mus., London.

Comments: Teaching: ASL, 1922-37 (lithography). Illustr.: Tale of a Tub, by Swift, Columbia Univ. Press; Walden & Capt. Stormfield's Visit to Heaven; contrib., Freeman magazine.

Sources: WW73; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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