Copertina di Doris Lee
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Doris Lee

Doris Lee, Logan Medal of the Arts, Art Institute of Chicago, Ferry Hall School, Rockford College

Crypt Publishing (18.12.2010 )

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Doris Emrick Lee was born in Illinois and was an American folk artist who was known for her figurative painting and printmaking. She won the Logan Medal of the arts from the Chicago Art Institute in 1935. She attended Ferry Hall in Lake Forest, Illinois from 1920-22. She graduated from Rockford College in 1927 and in 1929 with the American Impressionist Ernest Lawson at the Kansas City Art Institute, and in 1930 she attended the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco. Her career took off in 1935, when her painting “Thanksgiving Dinner” won the Logan Prize in the annual show at the Art Institute of Chicago. As a Works Progress Administration artist during the 1930s, she was commissioned to create several murals by the Treasury Department in Washington, DC. In 1937 Lee painted two murals in the Main Post Office in Washington, DC and another in the Summerville, Georgia Post Office
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Medal, arts, Institute, Hall, Impressionism, Administration, Medals, hallucination, Impressionismus

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