Jack (John) Wilkinson
(1913 - 1974)
Jack (John) Wilkinson was active/lived in Oregon, Louisiana, California. Jack Wilkinson is known for lithography, painting, teaching, murals.
Biography Jack (John) Wilkinson
Jack Wilkinson was born in Berkeley, California in 1913, and raised in
Hawaii, the son of a construction company owner. He received his
undergraduate education at the University of Oregon from 1932 to 1935,
initially pursuing a degree in jounalism but then entering the art
program in order to learn how to illustrate an article he had written
for the school newspaper. He then moved back to San Francisco to
further his studies in art at the California School of Fine Arts from
1935 to 1937, studying principally with Maurice Sterne, eventually
becoming an assistant and apprentice of Sterne along with fellow
classmates Nell Sinton and Charles Voorhies.
In 1937 he was awarded the J.D. Phelan Travelling Scholarship,
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