(1896 - 1981)
Vincent D'Agostino was active/lived in California, New York, Illinois. Vincent DAgostino is known for townscape, mural, etcher.
Born in Chicago, IL on April 7, 1896. D'Agostino studied at the AIC and with Charles Hawthorne, Randall Davey, and George Bellows. He began exhibiting in major cities of the West in the early 1930s. By the 1940s he had settled in Los Angeles where he remained until his demise on June 27, 1981. Member: Society of Independent Artists. Exh: PAFA, 1931; Houston Museum, 1934; NY World's Fair, 1939; Pasadena Art Inst., 1951; LA Co. Fair, 1953; LACMA, 1954. In: Whitney Museum (NYC); Tilden High School (Brooklyn); Mount Loretto Inst. (Staten Island).
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Born in Chicago, Illinois, Vincent D'Agostino studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and also with George Bellows and Charles Hawthorne. He was active in Chicago and Los Angeles and was a member of the Chicago Society of the Arts and the National Society of Mural Painters.
He was also a WPA artist and was a professor of art at Woodbury college, California from 1949 to 1954.