Philip Jamison is active/lives in Pennsylvania, Maine. Philip Jamison is known for landscape-street-floral and still life painting, educator.
Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Philip Jamison studied at the
Philadelphia Museum School of Art. From 1961 to 1963, he was an
instructor of watercolor at the Philadelphia College of Art. He
was awarded membership in the National Academy of Design and the
National Watercolor Society and was a contributor to American Artist magazine.
He is a resident of West Chester, Pennsylvania. (May 2005)
Peter Hastings Falk, Editor, Who Was Who in American Art
Terry Jamison, daughter of the artist
Philip Jamison was born 1925 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Education : Philadelphia Museum College 1950
Vocation : Instructor in watercolor at the Philadelphia Museum College of Art 1961-1963.
Exhibits : Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1949; Wilmington
Society of the Fine Arts 1957; Hirschl and Adler Galleries 1959;
Watercolor Boardwalk Show Atlantic City 1961; Philadelphia Water Color
Club 1961; Allied Artists of America 1961; Sessler Gallery in
Philadelphia 1963; Metropolitan Museum of Art 200 years of watercolor
painting in America 1967; Cleveland Institute of Art 1968; West Chester
State College 1969; Delaware Art Museum 1973; National Invitation Water
Color Exhibit 1979
Awards : Bainbridge Award from Allied Artists of America 1958; Dawson
Medal Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 1959; Watercolor Medal of
Honor Knickerbocker Artists 1961; Dana Medal Philadelphia Water Color
Club; Associate National Academy of Design 1962; Childe Hassam Fun
Purchase American Academy of Arts and Letters 1965; National Academy of
Design Prize 1967; Morse Medal from National Academy of Design; NASA
Artist for Apollo Soyuz launch at Cape Kennedy 1975; Mary S. Lit medal
from American Watercolor Society
A Hirschl & Adler Galleries exhibit catalog from March of 1980