Donald Paul Humphrey
(1912 - 1958)
Donald Paul Humphrey was active/lived in Wisconsin. Donald Humphrey is known for Federal Art Project murals and bronze plaques, silversmithing.
Biography Donald Paul Humphrey
Donald Paul Humphrey was born February 18, 1912 and died August 26, 1958 at the age of 46. He died young from a rare disease called Periarteritis Nodosa - a disease that causes swelling in the arteries and blood vessels due to an immune system malfunction. At the time of his death, he left behind a widow and eight children.
Don grew up in Milwaukee and attended the Layton School of Art* under the tutelage of Charlotte Partridge, Layton director. At the time that Don attended Layton, Charlotte Partridge was also the Wisconsin Director of the WPA* Public Works of Art Project during its short six-month life between 1933 and1934. She was also the Wisconsin Federal Arts Project* director (WPA) from 1935-1939.
Don was one of a hand
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