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John French Sloan    (American, 1871-1951)

 John French Sloan - Philadelphia Landscape (Paintings) h: 6 x w: 8.9 in / h: 15.2 x w: 22.6 cm
John French Sloan
Philadelphia Landscape

1871 Born August 2, 1871, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania
1892 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
1905 Awarded an honorable mention, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
1915 Bronze medal, the San Francisco Panama-Pacific International Exposition
1929 Elected to the National Institute of Arts and Letters
1931 Carroll H. Beck Gold Medal for Vagis the Sculptor at the Pennsylvania Academy.
1942 First prize for the etching Fifth Avenue 1909 in the Artists for Victory Exhibition
1942 Elected to the Academy of Arts and Letters
1950 Awarded gold medal for painting by the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
1951 Died September 7, 1951, Hanover, New Hampshire
He was known as an illustrator, painter and etcher. His works are represented in the New York Public Library; Newark, New Jersey Public Library; Cincinnati Museum of Art; Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh; and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1952 Retrospective Exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art
1948 Retrospective Exhibition at the Kraushaar Galleries, NY
1946 Seventy-fifth Anniversary Exhibition, Dartmouth College
1945 Artists of the Philadelphia Press
1940 Society of American Etchers
1938 Retrospective Exhibition, MA
1931 Pennslyvania Academy of Fine Arts
1917 Kraushaar Galleries, NY
1917 Exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists, NY
1916 Mrs. H.P. Whitney's Studio
1915 Panama - Pacific Exposition, San Francisco
1913 The Armory Show, NY
1911 MacDowell Club exhibitions
1910 Exhibition of Independent Artists
1908 Macbeth Gallery, NY
1900 Pennsylvania Academy's Annual Exhibition
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