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John Page Jr

 (born 1923)
John Henry Page, Jr. is active/lives in Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan.  John Page Jr is known for Printmaking, painting, teaching.

Keywords and Quick Facts for John Page, Jr.


Birth / Death:  born 1923 Ann Arbor, Michigan

Methods for John Page, Jr.

Easel Painting
Graphic Arts, Graphic Design, Printmaking
Murals: Fresco, Mixed Media, Mosaic and/or Paint

Media for John Page, Jr.

Aquatint
Etching, Etcher

Geography/Places Lived and/or Worked for John Page, Jr.

Europe

Art Association for John Page, Jr.

Des Moines Association of Fine Arts/Art Club

Teachers for John Page, Jr.

Alexander Brook
Frances Cranmer Greenman
Gustav Krollman
Morris Kantor
Yashio Kunyoshi

Schools for John Page, Jr.

Art Students League of New York, Student
Minneapolis School of Fine Art, College Art & Design, Student

Awards/Recognition for John Page, Jr.

Pennell Purchase Prize
Pillsbury Scholarship, Minneapolis School of Art

Added Description for John Page, Jr.

Art Educator: School Teaching, Public Lectures, Workshops
Printmaking Specialty

Exhibition of Museum for John Page, Jr.

Brooklyn Museum of Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Whitney Museum of American Art


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View of Omaha (1961). Triptych, side panels 18 x 12 in, center panel 18 x 13 in, intaglio.

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