He attended Cleveland Institute of Art class of 1928, winner of many awards and a scholarship to the Slade Art School in London which he attended 1924-1929. He exhibited at many of the Cleveland Museum of Art's May shows, most notably in 1946 when he received the first prize for three biblical subjects, Jacob's Dream, Good Samaritan, and Deposition. Three of his paintings Jacob's Dream, Design for Music & Mother & Child are in the permanent collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art. He was a WPA artist '33 -'34, who completed several murals and public works of art, most notably for The Terminal Tower, The Cleveland Public Auditorium, and the 23 ½ ft. by 11¼ ft mural on canvas for the
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