(1899 - 1949)
Paul Fiene was active/lived in New York / Germany. Paul Fiene is known for landscape painting, graphics, sculpture.
Biography Paul Fiene
Paul Fiene, a native of Germany, came to the United States in 1912. He had a studio in Woodstock, New York from 1919 to 1930, and became well known for his modernist stone carvings and bronzes, especially his animal pieces.
He was a student at the Beaux Arts Institute to Design in New York City, and there won a first prize in a life class in 1917 and the Prix de Rome, which he had to decline due to lack of funds. He was a studio assistant to Paul Lachaise.
The Woodstock Art Association, of which he was a member, has a marble penguin on permanent display. Exhibition venues include the Salons of America, Sculptor's Guild, Amercan WaterColor Society, Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Pennsylvania Academy.