(1875 - 1957)
Frederick Polley was active/lived in Indiana. Frederick Polley is known for etcher-architectural, illustrator.
Biography Frederick Polley
The following is submitted by Kent Van Tyle who credits:
Judith Vale Newton and Carol Weiss: "A Grand Tradition: The Art and Artists of the Hoosier Salon, 1925-1990". Published by the Hoosier Salon Patrons Association, Indianapolis, IN 1993
Frederick M. Polley.
Painter, Printmaker, Illustrator, Writer and Teacher. Indianapolis, IN. Born 15 August 1875 in Union City, IN; died 9 Sept 1957, Brown County, IN.
Studied Indiana University, Corcoran Art School, Washington, DC.
Teachers included James R. Hopkins and William Forsyth.
Exhibited: Society of Etchers, Brooklyn, NY, Philadelphia Society of Etchers, Library of Congress 1944 and 1945, Carnegie Institute 1945, Delgado Museum.
Prizes include Hoosier S
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