(1894 - 1963)
Ward Lockwood was active/lived in New Mexico, Texas, Kansas. Ward Lockwood is known for modernist-leaning landscape, genre, graphics.
Born in Atchison, Kansas, Ward Lockwood became a key painter in the
Taos, New Mexico art colony, but diverse modernist art styles including
Expressionism*, Cubism*, Surrealism* and Constructivism* reflected his wide
ranging travels in Europe and the United States. From the 1920s
to the 1960s, his work embraced a series of stylistic changes
characteristic of people who influenced him, including John Marin and
He studied at the University of Kansas, and
from 1914 to 1917 at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts* where he was
introduced to Modernism*. In 1917, he began a two-year enlistment
in the Army and served in France, and in 1921, a return visit to France
led to his being influenced by Paul C ... Displaying 750 of 18195 characters.