(1913 - 1999)
Kipp Soldwedel was active/lived in Massachusetts. Kipp Soldwedel is known for marine battle scenes, portrait.
Biography Kipp Soldwedel
Marine artist Kipp Soldwedel studied fine arts at Yale University and was awarded four Beaux Arts medals. He received a scholarship to the American Academy in Rome. During World War II, he was a flight instructor and meteorologist for the United States Air Force.
Kipp Soldwedel is most well known for his maritime battle scenes though he did paint over 150 portraits of celebrities. His illustrations appeared in magazines such as National Geographic, Time, Life, and Town and Country. Many of his paintings depicted the tall ships.
Soldwedel's work is in the rotunda of the Statue of Liberty and the National Art Museum of Sport.