Enid Diack (Palanchian) Bell
(1904 - 1994)
Enid Diack (Palanchian) Bell was active/lived in New Jersey, New York. Enid Bell is known for wood carved sculpture, illustration, teaching.
Biography Enid Diack (Palanchian) Bell
A sculptor, art educator, writer and illustrator, Enid Bell was born in
England and spent most of her career in New Jersey, living in North
Bergen and Englewood. From 1944 to 1968, she was Instructor of
Sculpture and Head of the Sculpture Department of the Newark School of
Fine and Industrial Art. Previous to that time, she served for
one year, 1940 to 1941, as Sculpture Supervisor for the Federal Art
She began her art education in England and continued in New York City at the Art Students League.
Sculpture by Enid Bell included wood relief panels for the United States Treasury Department and a New Deal genre piece, Morning Mail for the Boonton Post Office in New Jersey. Her primary mediums w
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