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 John LeRoy Jackson  (1905 - 1992)

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Lived/Active: United States      Known for: landscape

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John LeRoy Jackson (1905-1992) studied at the National Academy School in New York under Ivan Olinksy, George Laurence Nelson and Francis C. Jones. 

Jackson exhibited with the Southern States Art League in 1937, 1939, 1940, 1941, and 1942 and won an award for a watercolor still life entitled Dahlias in 1939 in San Antonio, Texas. Ben Shute also exhibited in 1939 with Jackson at the same Southern States Art League exhibit in San Antonio.

Jackson resided at Columbia University in the mid 1920’s and worked at the library there-the same time he was attending the school of the National Academy of Design.  Jackson published his Master’s essay at Columbia in 1930 on Pierre Puvis du Chavannes.

Submitted by Perry Swanson

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