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 Kenneth Earl Bates  (1895 - 1973)

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Lived/Active: Connecticut/Massachusetts      Known for: landscape, still life, genre painting

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Biography from Williams American Art Galleries:
Kenneth Earl Bates was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1895.  He began studying art in 1914 when he enrolled in the Art Students League in New York under George Bridgman.  Two years later he was attending the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Daniel Garber, N. A. (a noted New Hope impressionist), Hugh Breckenridge and Joseph Pearson.

While at the Pennsylvania Academy in 1920, Bates won the Cresson Scholarship, which he used the next year to travel to Europe.  Accompanying Bates were fellow students and scholarship recipients, Arthur Meltzer and Alfred Mitchell.

Bates exhibited all across America from the mid 1920s up until the time of his death.   He was elected a member of the National Academy of Design by his peers and won several prizes for his work.   In 1943, American Artist magazine published an article on Bates and later in 1951, Bates himself authored “Brackman, His art and Teaching,” for the Noank Publishing Studio in Connecticut.   It was one of several art books that the artist wrote.

He passed away in Mystic Connecticut in 1973.

Studied                           
Art Students League with Bridgman, 1914-15               
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Garber, Pearson &  Breckenridge, 1916-17, 1919-21               
Salons of America                       
                             
Member                               
National Academy of Design, full academician, 1960             
Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts                          
New Haven Paint & Clay Club                   
Mystic Art Association                   
                           
Work                           
Woodmere Gallery, Philadelphia                   
Mystic Art Association Gallery                   
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Beach Memorial Collection, University of Connecticut, Storrs
University of Kentucky Art Museum
Slater Memorial Museum, Norwich, Connecticut

Exhibited
National Academy of Design, 1924-49 (18 times)
Carnegie Institute, 24th International Exhibition, 1925
Art Institute of Chicago, 39th Annual Exhibition, 1926 (honorable mention)
Society of Independent Artists
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1920-44 (15 times),
1928 (Jennie Sesman Gold Medal)
Carnegie Corp. Traveling Exhibition, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1934-35
IBM Collection, World’s Fair, 1939
New Haven Paint & Clay Club
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 18th Biennial Exhibition, 1943
Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, 1950 (1st Prize)
Stone Ledge Studio Art Galleries, Noank, Connecticut, 1970s

References
Dunbier (ed.), The Artists Bluebook: 34,000 North American Artists to March 2005
Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art 1564 –1975
Falk (ed.), Annual Exhibition Record, National Academy of Design 1901-1950
Fresella-Lee, The American Paintings in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Falk (ed.), Annual Exhibition Record, 1914-68, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Falk,
Who Was Who in American Art, Artists Active 1898-1947
Marlor, The Society of Independent Artists, Exhibition Record 1917-1944
Opitz, Mantle Fielding’s Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors & Engravers
Mallett, Index of Artists, International-Biographical
Smithsonian (ed.), Smithsonian Archives of American Art: Checklist of the Collection
Clark, History of the National Academy of Design 1825-1953
Jewell, Americans Modern Art


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