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 William Adelbert Dolwick  (1909 - 1993)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey/South Carolina/Ohio      Known for: figure, illustrator, mural

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William Adelbert Dolwick was born and raised in Ohio. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Art where he received the Gotwalt Scholarship for a painting of his grandfather.  He matriculated at the Slade School of Art for two years.  When he returned from England, he envisioned selling his portraits.  He didn't sell very many, so he became an illustrator and worked for Illustration House, a company in New York.  After several years he was elected into the New York Society of Illustrators and remained a member until his death. He married Marion Buchanan in 1974 and moved to South Carolina.

He continued with his paintings, having done many portraits of famous people including Dean Rusk, which was commissioned by Davidson College.  Through this portrait, he received many commissions in the Carolina area.  At that time, he lived in River Hills Community in South Carolina. Later Bill and Marion moved to Eufaula Alabama where he continued to work until his death in 1993.

Lynn Dolwick was the only child of William Dolwick. She died of the same cancer that took her mother.

Information submitted as a bulletin on 8/24/2004 by: Marion Dolwick

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