(1896 - 1970)
Dorothy Fulton was active/lived in New Jersey, Kansas. Dorothy Fulton is known for Painter, sculptor, craftsperson, teacher.
Biography Dorothy Fulton
Born Uniontown, PA, Oct. 23, 1893; died Miami, FL, Jan. 1970. Painter, spec. landscape, still life, and portraits. Sculptor. Teacher. Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Columbia University in New York, Philadelphia Museum School of Industrial Art, University of Southern California, University of Kansas, Lawrence, and University of Pennsylvania. Pupil of Albert Laessle, Henry McCarter, Beckenridge, Daniel Garber, Hale, and George Bridgeman. Lived at 1620 College Avenue, Topeka in 1933. Served as head of the Art Dept. at Linden Hall in Lititz, PA from 1936-52 and as an instructor in the New Jersey Public schools from 1953.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
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This and over 1,750 other biographies can be found in Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945) compiled by Susan V. Craig, Art & Architecture Librarian at University of Kansas.