(1930 - 2000)
Jules Kirschenbaum was active/lived in Iowa. Jules Kirschenbaum is known for abstract and realist figure and portrait painting, metaphor themes.
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Biography Jules Kirschenbaum
Jules Kirschenbaum was a professor of art at Drake University where he taught for over 25 years, having joined the faculty in 1967. At Drake, he was chair of the art department from August 1991 through May 1997, and he was instrumental in the development of the Anderson Gallery, which opened in October 1996. In 1989, he received the President's Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching, and posthumously he received the Drake Medal of Service for distinguished service to the University.
He was born 25 March 1930 in New York City and died of cancer 4 March 2000 in Des Moines, Iowa.
A native of New York City, Kirschenbaum first came to Des Moines in 1963 as
artist-in-residence at the Des Moines Art Center. He had previousl
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