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 Paul Beaver Arnold  (1918 - )

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Lived/Active: Ohio / China      Known for: woodcut, intaglio, illustrator, painter

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An authority on Intaglio and Woodcutting, Paul Arnold was an intructor of art at Oberlin College for forty-four years, from 1941 to 1985 and also was Chair of that Department part of that time. He was also an illustrator for chemistry, print-making and general humanities publications.

He took his art training at Oberlin College, earning an MA in 1941, and then attended the Cleveland Institute of Art and the University of Minnesota, where he received an MFA in 1955.

Arnold lived in Oberlin, Ohio and was active in the Ohio Valley Art Association and the Cleveland Art Association. He traveled extensively through Asia and Europe.


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Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

Biography from Butler Institute of American Art:
An educator and printmaker, born in Taiyuanfu, China, Paul Arnold studied at Oberlin College, the Cleveland Institute of Art, and the University of Minnesota.

His work is in the Library of Congress, Seattle Art Museum and Baltimore Museum.

He was commissioned by the International Graphic Arts Society for the print "Pheasant", the Martin Luther King Monument in Oberlin. He has had one-man shows at Jersey City State College, Miami University in Oxford and the University of Kansas.

His awards include Ford Foundation Faculty Fellowship Program, Audubon Artists Medal of Honor and the Oberlin Alumni Medal.


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