(1918 - 1989)
Rudolph T. Pen was active/lived in Illinois. Rudolph Pen is known for landscape, seascape, races, still life.
Biography Rudolph Pen
Rudolph Pen, a prolific American artist, was a Chicago native. He graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago and served on its faculty from 1948 until 1963. His long association with the "Institute" included service as President of the Alumni Association and Director of Oxbow, the Art Institute's summer school of painting.
His work has been exhibited in numerous galleries. Pen is the recipient of numerous prizes and awards, including a Huntington Hartford Foundation Grant, an award from the National Academy of Design in New York City and the Art Institute of Chicago's prestigious Joseph Ryerson Fellowship.
The work of Rudolph Pen may be seen in public collections (The Library of Congress, The Vincent Price